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Farm & Garden, Lecture/Talk

Garden Week Conversation with Lee Buttala: Planting History in your Garden

$65 Per Person

“$25 of each ticket represents a tax-deductible gift to support Monticello.

Milstein Theater at Monticello's David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center
Monday, April 29, 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Join Lee Buttala as he shares tips along with glorious photos of some of our oldest and most interesting, plants, flowers and crops. Buttala is the executive director of Seed Savers Exchange, which is dedicated to the preservation of America’s garden and farming heritage. He is an Emmy Award-winning television producer of “Martha Stewart Living” and was the creator, producer and director of “Cultivating Life,” a PBS series on outdoor living and gardening. He has written for The New York Times, Martha Stewart Living, New York, and Metropolitan Home. As an editor, he has worked for Saveur, Garden Design, and Interview, and for the book publisher Alfred A. Knopf. Buttala served as the preservation program manager for the Garden Conservancy and has studied garden design at Kyoto University of Art and Design, the English Gardening School at London’s Chelsea Physic Garden and the New York Botanical Garden. He is the author and editor of the books Cultivating Life: A Guide to Outdoor Living and The Seed Garden: The Art and Practice of Seed Saving.

The talk begins at 6:30pm and will be follow by a  reception and book signing at 7:30pm.

Event At A Glance:
Around 2 hours

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