Southern Garden History Society regularly publishes events held by nonprofits and organizations that are of interest to our members. These events include symposiums, lectures and tours that provide participants with a greater appreciation of garden history and restoration.

Requests for listings in our events calendar should be sent to Peggy Cornett, Magnolia editor.

 
Through December 4, 2020:  Louisiana’s Natural Treasure

Selected original watercolor drawings, photographs, letters,

and other archival materials from the collection related to Margaret Stones’s Native Flora of Louisiana,

226 watercolor drawings created between 1976 and 1989.

Margaret Stones, Botanical Artist
Hill Memorial Library
LSU Campus, Baton Rouge

Louisiana’s Natural Treasure

July 1-November 1, 2020: “A Landscape Saved”

The Garden Club of Virginia at 100” at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture in Richmond, Virginia. The Exhibition will feature many plans and photographs of the Garden Club of Virginia’s century of historic restorations. In addition, on September 16, the museum’s Banner Lecture Series will feature Eric Proebsting of Poplar Forest and Matt Peterschmidt of Stratford Hall discussing their recent restorations. The lecture is open to the public.

Details at virginiahistory.org.