Garden Thyme - Exploring 19th Century gardening literature

Saturday, January 13, 2018 - 10:00am
Members Only

A comparison and exploration of gardening advice literature, newspapers, and first-person accounts from the 19th century. Get a chance to look at handwritten receipts and diaries, as well as published literature and newspapers on agriculture and gardening to examine the significance of horticulture in everyday life. This talk will be held in the Research Library. Please meet in the Visitor Center.

Garden Thyme programs are held on the third Saturday of each month and are FREE for members of Old Sturbridge Village. Led by Village horticultural and agricultural staff, these programs and workshops are held at various sites and deal with a variety of plant-related themes and topics. Participants gather at the Visitor Center and are led to the appropriate setting.

Planning Ahead

Add an overnight stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges. (OSV Member discounts available.)

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