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A Transplanted Gardener: Page Dickey

October 20

1 p.m. | Online

An image of acres of fields and woods and a view of the Berkshire foothillsIn 2015, renowned garden writer and designer Page Dickey moved from Duck Hill—the beloved 1830’s North Salem farmhouse and 3-acre garden she’d owned and loving tended for 33 years—to an old church with 17 acres of fields and woods and a view of the Berkshire foothills. This move changed her as a gardener, as she fell in love with this wild land, becoming absorbed with being its steward. Dickey will share insights from her new book, Uprooted: A Gardener Reflects on Beginning Again, an endearing, humorous reflection on the challenges and joys of gardening—and transitions.

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