From Speed, Style and the English Country House by Curt DiCamillo, a lecture co–sponsored by the Royal Oak Foundation.
Historical journeys, garden explorations, architectural brilliance and interesting stories are just a few examples of what you will experience while attending one of our intriguing lectures, each complemented by a remarkable visual presentation. Well–known authors, horticulturists, history enthusiasts and other professionals share their knowledge and experience. Each presentation is followed by a reception during which guests mingle with each other as well as the presenter. In some cases, a book signing and sale will immediately follow. Spend a lovely afternoon experiencing something new at Filoli.
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Well–known authors, curators and historians share their knowledge and experience. Each lecture presentation is followed by a reception where guests mingle with each other as well as the presenter. In some cases, a book signing and sale will immediately follow. Spend an afternoon experiencing something new at Filoli.
The Art of Growing Food
Thursday, September 25, 4:30 am – 6:00 pm
A well–designed kitchen garden goes beyond simply growing food; it is a way of life that builds natural connections with the landscape and promotes well–being. Discover how to design a kitchen garden with an eye for productivity and beauty, as well as flavor. In this dynamic presentation, participants will learn the speaker’s six–step strategy to elevate an ordinary vegetable garden to an extraordinary kitchen resource. Ideal for gardeners just starting out and experienced gardeners eager to learn how to design a vegetable garden that fits their landscape or how to renovate an existing garden to make it easier to maintain and more inviting. A reception, book sale and signing of the speaker's most recent book, The Complete Kitchen Garden, will immediately follow the presentation.
Fee: $25 members; $30 non–members.
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