Gardens of the 1920s

Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 10 a.m. – noon

$32/$40

Home gardens in the 1920s celebrated and welcomed nature. Birdhouses, birdbaths, fish ponds, and rock gardens were the rage. Cottage-garden perennials, such as Canterbury bells, irises, foxglove, phlox, pyrethrum, coreopsis, hollyhocks, roses, columbine, and poppies were just some of the flowers that adorned front and back gardens.

Nina Koziol, garden writer
Linnaeus Room, Regenstein Center

  • Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
    $32.00 Member | $40.00 Non Member