Come Visit My Farmden

This Sunday, June 24th, 2018, from 1-4:30 pm my garden/farmden is open to the public as part of the Garden Conservancy’s Open Days program. The Garden Conservancy is an American nonprofit organization founded in 1989 and dedicated to preserving exceptional gardens and landscapes. The $7 admission cost to each Open Day garden helps fund their efforts. For more information about my farmden and other local gardens open that day (and through summer), go to

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        TODD ROMINE says:

        That’s great! I will be coming from Ohio. You have been a huge inspiration for me to change my landscape, and my life really. I have read all of your books and planted almost everything you wrote about in Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden. I watched the video tours of the farmden on Youtube, but I am excited to see it in person (especially the kiwis, pawpaws and blueberries). Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience.

      • Emilio Squillante
        Emilio Squillante says:

        So much wished to raise 3 paw paw, 2 kiwi, 2 plums, 2 cherries and 3 apricots. Had a gooseberry patch too. This is in the city of Long Beach. Lost all but the pawpaw in Hurricaine Sandy.
        Any chance of visiting and tasting one now that Covid is over.

  1. Prema Goldstein
    Prema Goldstein says:

    I used book to propagate my fig trees in chestnut ridge N Y. I t was extremely helpful and I wanted to visit your farmden. I was out of town visiting my daughter for her birthday on 6/23. Are you having another visiting day this summer? Please let me know.
    Thank you.



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