Tuesday, February 28, 6:30 pm – The Revolutionary Nature of Early 18th Century English Gardens and Their Influence on Mount Vernon, Monticello and Henry Knox’s Vision for Montpelier. Anne E. Perkins

1803-004-B633BF50Learn how revolutionary design in early 18th-century gardens affected garden designs at Mount Vernon and Monticello, and how they influenced Henry Knox’s vision for the gardens at Montpelier, right here in Thomaston.

Anne Perkins of Headacre Farm in Owls Head will describe how that vision is being brought to life today to create uniquely historical fruit and vegetable gardens.

Anne Perkins farms in Owls Head. She has a CSA and provides veggies for Miranda's restaurant in Rockland, ME.

The Winter Program Series is held in the Abbott Room at the Belfast Free Library, 106 High Street, Belfast, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

 

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