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    Spring Art Exhibit

    The Elizabeth Park Conservancy is pleased to announce that during the week of the Spring Bulb Show and Sale, there will also be an exhibit of original artworks in the Garmany Visitor Center.

    2024 Spring Greenhouse Show

    The Elizabeth Park Conservancy opens its annual Spring Greenhouse Show on Friday, March 1, featuring a spectacular array of spring bulbs and plants. The show is FREE and open to the public from Friday, March 1 through Friday, March 8

    Spring Greenhouse Show Tours

    On Tuesday, March 5, Conservancy Horticulturist Rosemary Aldridge will offer free tours of the Greenhouse Show at 10 am and 11 am. Registration Required. The 11 am Tour is just about full, however, there are several spots available for the 10 am tour

    Greenhouse Bulb & Plant Sale

    Join us for our annual bulb and plant sale on Saturday, March 9 in the Sweetland-Patricelli Greenhouse Complex.

    Connecticut Gardens: A Celebration by Caryn B. Davis | Lecture, Lunch & Book Signing

    Caryn B. Davis will present an overview of some of the 44 properties showcased in her book, Connecticut Gardens, sharing their fascinating histories, and the human stories behind their inception and design. Elizabeth Park is one of her featured gardens.

    Untermyer Gardens: A Garden for the World by Stephen Byrns | Lecture, Lunch & Book Signing

    The lecture will describe the creation and design of Untermyer Gardens in 1917 by Welles Bosworth for Samuel Untermyer, who desired that it be the “finest garden in the world.” 

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Ginkgo But Were Afraid to Ask by Peter Del Tredici | Lecture, Lunch & Book Signing

    Join Dr. Peter Del Tredici of the Arnold Arboretum in Boston for an in-depth look at one of the most ancient and fascinating trees on the planet.

    Connecticut's Notable Trees by Frank Kaputa | Lecture & Lunch

    Frank Kapua’s presentation will introduce the Notable Trees project, share its history, and explain what makes a tree notable in our state. Pictures and information about various notable trees will be included, with an emphasis on trees in the Hartford area, especially those in Elizabeth Park.