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We are pleased to make several of our previously recorded events available in case you missed one or another of them.

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Tue Jul 14, 2020

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Summer Science: Composting and Eco-Friendly Yard Care

 A RECORDED PROGRAM

Gray Russell, Sustainability Officer for the Township of Montclair will explain why environmentally-friendly yard care and composting to improve your soil are simple and effective steps toward better lawns and gardens, and how it is healthier for you and your family, your neighborhood, and our regional ecosystem. 

After you register, you will receive a link with the recording of this event.  You will be able to view this recording at your leisure.  Please email lbencivengo@arboretumfriends.net with any questions.

 

 

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Wed Jul 22, 2020

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Dahlias

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Join Samantha Rothman of Fairview Farm and Flowers to learn all about Dahlias. Each year her flower farm grows thousands of plants. Together we‚Äôll learn about sourcing plant material, tips and tricks to grow your best flowers yet, as well as how to effectively dig and store your tubers. Come hear from this dahlia addict ‚Äì you‚Äôre sure to become one too! 

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Thanks to Margery Ennist for the Dahlia 'Gallery Leonardo' photo.

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Tue Sep 22, 2020

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Too Many Tomatoes - A Recorded Cooking Demonstration

A RECORDED PROGRAM

In our opinion it's not possible to have too many Tomatoes!

Watch Chef Cynthia Triolo in this recorded cooking demonstration all about tomatoes. She'll make a pasta, some bruschetta and a tomato sorbet that you are sure to love.  Recipes will be available as well!

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SEPTEMBER 22 DATE IS THE LAUNCH DATE FOR THE PROGRAM. SINCE THIS IS A RECORDED PROGRAM YOU CAN REGISTER TO RECEIVE THE LINK AND WATCH THE PROGRAM AT YOUR CONVENIENCE.  Once received, you can view it at any time.

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Fri Jan 1, 2021

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COOKING DEMONSTRATION: James Beard's Oatmeal Bread

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bread

Join Chef Cynthia Triolo as she demonstrates how to make James Beard's oatmeal bread - a bread you're sure to enjoy!

The recipe and a list of Bread cookbooks will be sent to you when you register.

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Mon Feb 1, 2021

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VIRTUAL COOKING DEMONSTRATION: Lentil Soup

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Chef Cynthia Triolo will show you how to make Lentil Soup, a healthy and comforting meal, especially in the dead of winter - Make a big batch and freeze some for later.

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Mon Mar 1, 2021

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VIRTUAL COOKING DEMONSTRATION: Risi e Bisi

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Chef Cynthia Triolo will make Risi e Bisi (Rice and Peas), a traditional Italian dish similar to risotto.

This recipe is best made in early spring when fresh peas and their tendrils are available.

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Sat Mar 6, 2021

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2021 COMMUNITY GARDEN TALKS

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Understanding Disease Management in a Community Garden - Peter Nitzsche and Kris Holmstrom, Rutgers Coperative Extension.

Every community gardener needs to understand the basics of disease management in order to have the best harvest. Is it soil borne or wind blown? Will it affect my neighbor? How can I mitigate the damage? Learn from the experts and get all your questions answered.

Food Safety in Community Gardens - Meredith Melendez, Rutgers Cooperative Extension

Food safety has always been important but never more so than during this time of COVID, especially since many of us are donating the food we grow to local food pantries. Learn how to best handle your produce, what precautions should be taken and what systems can be set up in your community garden to keep you, your family and food pantry patrons safe.

The Coordinator's Round Table, moderated by Ned Gardner, Co-Manager of the Ted Largman Community Garden

This session is for coordinators or managers of community gardens to discuss issues and best practices with other garden managers to learn from each other and to offer advice.

PROGRAM FEE INCLUDES ALL THREE PROGRAMS

Cost: $20 / $20

Location: RECORDED PROGRAMS

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Sat Mar 6, 2021

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UNDERSTANDING DISEASE MANAGEMENT IN A COMMUNITY GARDEN

A RECORDED PROGRAM

Understanding Disease Management in a Community Garden - Peter Nitzsche and Kris Holmstrom, Rutgers Cooperative Extension

Every community gardener needs to understand the basics of disease management in order to have the best harvest. Is it soil borne or wind blown? Will it affect my neighbor? How can I mitigate the damage?

Learn from the experts and get all your questions answered.

 

 

 

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Sat Mar 6, 2021

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FOOD SAFETY IN COMMUNITY GARDENS

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Food Safety in Community Gardens - Meredith Melendez, Rutgers Cooperative Extension

Food safety has always been important but never more so than during this time of COVID, especially since many of us are donating the food we grow to local food pantries. Learn how to best handle your produce, what precautions should be taken and what systems can be set up in your community garden to keep you, your family and food pantry patrons safe.

 

 

 

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Sat Mar 6, 2021

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THE COORDINATOR'S ROUND TABLE

A RECORDED PROGRAM

The Coordinator's Round Table

Moderated by Ned Gardner, Co-Manager of the Ted Largman Community Garden

This session is for coordinators or managers of community gardens to discuss issues and best practices with other garden managers, to learn from each other and to offer advice.

 

 

 

 

 

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Thu Apr 1, 2021

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COOKING DEMONSTRATION: LOVELY LEEKS

RECORDED ZOOM PROGRAM

Leeks are one of those vegetables we don't use often enough. They pair beautifully with a number of foods and are at their best this time of year. Take them on in this cooking demonstration with Cynthia Triolo, because once you know how to handle them you'll be using them regularly!

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Sat May 1, 2021

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COOKING DEMONSTRATION: BREWED TO PERFECTION

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Tea is not just for drinking. Chef Cynthia Triolo will explore some unusual ways to cook with diferent types of tea, such as Earl Grey, Oolong, and Mint. Perfect for Mother's Day or any day really!

Registration includes recipes for: Apricot Oolong Compote, Earl Grey Tea Bread and Pineapple with Mint Tea Syrup.

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Thu May 13, 2021

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A VIRTUAL GARDEN TOUR OF IRELAND IN MAY

PREVIOUSLY RECORDED VIRTUAL ZOOM PROGRAM

In May of 2013, the Friends traveled to Ireland to visit some of the most beautiful gardens in the southern part of the Emerald Isle. Join Judy Snow, past President of the Friends, for a reprise of that memorable trip.

Well-known public gardens like Bantry House (in the photo at right), Powerscourt and the National Botanical Gardens will be featured, along with lesser known gems and a sample of private gardens. From castles and grand estates to cottages and ruins, and from towering Rhododendrons and South American trees to Mediterranean succulents and petite rock garden specimens, we'll sample them all!

Free for Members of the Friends.  Please register here.

$10 for Non-Members. Please register via the yellow 'add to cart' button below.  Please note that the link will be sent to the email address on your PayPal receipt.  If you prefer it sent to a different email address, please contact lbencivengo@arboretumfriends.net

Cost: Free to Members, $10 for non-Members

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Tue Jun 1, 2021

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COOKING DEMONSTRATION: RUBY RED RHUBARB

A RECORDED PROGRAM

Technically a vegetable, we've come to think of rhubarb as a fruit because of the way it's used in most kitchens. It became extremely popular in England in the 19th Century when a new variety named 'Victoria' was introduced as a commemorative of Queen Victoria's coronation in 1837. Chef Cynthia Triolo will teach you some recipes, both old and new, that star this versatile vegetable/fruit.

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Thu Jun 3, 2021

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VIRTUAL TOUR OF GARDENS IN CORNWALL AND DEVON IN JUNE

PREVIOUSLY RECORDED VIRTUAL ZOOM PROGRAM

England is a "must see" destination for garden lovers, so the Friends set off again in June of 2017 for a visit to Cornwall and Devon.

In this program, Judy Snow, past President of the Friends, relives an unforgettable tour through large estates such as Mount Edgcumbe, Lanhydrock, Heligan and Trebah, as well as smaller private gardens.

You'll learn about the rich history of the gardens while enjoying views of the lush borders in early summer.

Free for Members of the Friends.  Please register here.

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Sun Jun 13, 2021

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Growing Strawberries in the Home Garden

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Peter Nitzsche, Morris County's Agricultural Agent and New Jersey's small fruit expert, presents "Growing Strawberries in the Home Garden". Nothing quite compares to the flavor of a fresh, ripe, locally grown stawberry. Luckily, strawberries are one of the easier fruits to grow in the home garden. Learn a bit more about growing strawberries, a few tips and tricks to maximize the harvest, and about pests and problems you might encounter along with how to manage them.

Members of the Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, please register here to receive a link of the recording of "Growing Strawberries in the Home Garden"Non-members, please register using the yellow 'add to cart' button below.

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Location: A PREVIOUSLY RECORDED PROGRAM

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Sun Jun 13, 2021

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Strawberry Spoon Cake - A Recorded Cooking Demonstration

A RECORDED PROGRAM

Enjoy a new Strawberry Cooking Demonstration with resident chef, Cynthia Triolo. Recipe will be sent with the program link once you have registered. Members of the Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum, please register here to receive a link of the recording of the Strawberry Cooking Demonstration.  Non-members, please register using the yellow 'add to cart' button below.

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Thu Sep 30, 2021

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THE LATE SUMMER GARDENS OF THE COTSWOLDS

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Escape for an hour with Judy Snow for a late summer tour through some of the outstanding gardens of Gloucestershire in England. We'll visit Prince Charles' gardens at Highgrove, Bourton House, Kiftsgate Court (photo of Kiftsgate fountain at right), Barnsley House, Abbey House, Sezincote, Hidcote and Sudeley Castle, as well as scenes from smaller, private gems.

This presentation (with photos by Jim Snow) is based on a trip organized by the Friends in September of 2015.

Free for Members of the Friends.  Please register here.

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Fri Oct 1, 2021

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COOKING DEMONSTRATION: WINTER SQUASH RISOTTO WITH ROSEMARY

Risotto

A RECORDED PROGRAM

Join Chef Cynthia Triolo as she demonstrates how to make this delicious risotto using any type of winter squash. Best of all, learn the techniques for making risotto using other ingredients and flavors. It's the ultimate comfort food!

The recipe wil be sent to you along with the program link when you register.

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Thu Feb 24, 2022

7:00 PM

FABULOUS GARDENS OF SOUTHEAST ENGLAND with Judy Snow

VIRTUAL ZOOM PROGRAM

Great Dixter

Escape the winter for an hour on a tour through some of the outstanding gardens of Kent and Gloucestershire in England. See views of romantic Scotney Castle, Sissinghurst, Penshurst Place and Great Dixter (photo at right), as well as scenes from smaller gems, both public and private. Judy and Jim Snow traveled to these iconic gardens with the Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum in early summer of 2015 and came away with beautiful photos and wonderful memories.

Judy Snow is a Board Member and Past President of the Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum.

This program will be recorded.

Registration for this program will close at 4:00 PM on the day of the program.

This program is FREE for Members of the Friends. Register here: https://forms.gle/xkrV9nk2878K13t58

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Thu Apr 7, 2022

7:00 PM Eastern

WORLD CULTURES - BIBLICAL BOTANY - A VIRTUAL TOUR with Dr. Jon Greenberg

VIRTUAL ZOOM PROGRAM

Jon Greenberg

Dr. Jon Greenberg, an agronomist and Biblical and Talmudic ethnobotanist, is familiar to many of us from his annual Biblical Botany walking tours at The Frelinghuysen Arboretum. In April, as Passover approaches, he will share insights from his research and from Fruits of Freedom, the Torah Flora Hagadah, his botanical guide to the Passover celebration, published in 2021.

Dr. Greenberg will explain how every detail of the ritual Passover meal, or seder, carries deep theological meaning, from the choices of vegetables and recipes for the ritual foods to the use of red or green grapes to make the wine for the meal. Even the table settings will be discussed.

Registration for this program will close at 4:00 PM on the day of the program.

This program is eligible for 1.0 Rutgers Master Gardener CEU.

This program will be recorded.

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Sun Jun 12, 2022

4:00 PM Eastern

FRIENDS ANNUAL MEETING - Chicago Botanic Garden: Design and Designers with Fred Spicer

VIRTUAL ZOOM PROGRAM

Fred Spicer - photo by Robin Carlson

Join Fred Spicer for a virtual tour of the Chicago Botanic Garden, one of the world's great public gardens. Opened in 1972, the 385-acre site features nine islands, 28 gardens, and six natural areas. Fred will explain the sound planning basis for the garden, which features the work of some of the masters of 21st century landscape architecture and garden design. The Garden is a modernist masterpiece, and is known for eye-popping seasonal displays, dramatic views and vistas, and plant collections, now numbering over 14,000 different kinds of plants.

Fred Spicer has been the Executive Vice President and Director of the Chicago Botanic Garden since February 2017. In his role at the Garden, Mr. Spicer oversees horticulture, design, facility operations, maintenance and capital planning and projects. Most recently he served 15 years as the Director and then CEO of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Before his service at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, he was Manager of Horticulture for the Morris County Park Commission in New Jersey, where he oversaw The Frelinghuysen and Willowwood Arboretums. Fred is a 1983 graduate of Rutgers University with a B.S. in environmental planning, design and landscape architecture.

This program is FREE for Members, but registration is required. Please register here: https://forms.gle/GebB2QSoa3Ly2QSM9

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Registration for this program will close at 12:00 Noon on the day of the program

This program is eligible for 1.0 Rutgers Master Gardener CEU.

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Tue Jun 21, 2022

7:00 PM Eastern

CREATING A POLLINATOR PARADISE IN YOUR OWN BACK YARD

VIRTUAL ZOOM PROGRAM

Heather Andrews

Join Heather Andrews, The Thoughtful Gardener, as she shares the secrets she learned from her Grandfather Andrews in his North Carolina garden, combined with pearls from garden research that will enable you to create an oasis for wildlife and your family. Heather will show us how to welcome the "royalty" of the butterfly kingdom into our own gardens by creating the perfect oasis for the Monarch Migration. 

Heather Andrews is an author, photographer, traveler and speaker who works with homeowners and businesses to create sustainable native pollinator habitats. During the growing season you will find her in her Monarch waystation, Cat-a-pillar Haven, video blogging on her YouTube Channel, Garden Thoughtfully. Heather is a two-time recipient of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's "Garden of Distinction" Award for her Monarch waystation and for a pollinator garden she designed for the historic Craighead House in conjunction with the Master Gardeners of central Pennsylvania. Her proposal "The Resurgence of Pollinator Hedgerows - Using Science to Create a Pollinator Oasis in Your Own Backyard" was accepted at the 2021 International Master Gardeners Conference.

Registration for this program will close at 4:00 PM on the day of the program.

This program is eligible for 1.0 Rutgers Master Gardener CEU.

The program will be recorded, but available only to people who register for it.

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