A gardening program on the largest penal colony in the world.
Tag Archives: The Horticultural Society of New York
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like this Sustainable Seafood Supper Club at Brooklyn Commune. Here’s what’s happening this week.
Each year the Hudson Valley Seed Library commissions New York State artists to design the packaging for a special line of heirloom seeds called Art Packs. Until March 2, you can see the packs next to the original works–and buy both the seeds and reprints of the art–at the Horticultural Society of New York on West 37th Street. If you do miss it, don’t worry–you can get a glimpse of the 23 packs and the 23 works of art on our most recent NY1 segment. Watch it right here.
Even if you have brown thumbs and prefer concrete to cultivation, we’re going to bet you’ll agree the 23 heirloom seed packets commissioned by the Hudson Valley Seed Library are real beauties. Starting tonight their Art Packs will be on display until March 2 at The Horticultural Society of New York at 148 West 37th Street in an exhibit called the Art of the Heirloom. (There’s a preview talk from 6 to 8 pm tonight, to attend, RSVP in the comments of this page.)
Transition to fall with The Horticultural Society of New York’s “Homegrown: A Do-It-Yourself Series” that commences with its first of four food-related workshops this very evening. Tonight, concoct plum jams, hot pepper jelly, a cranberry-horseradish chutney, and raspberry jelly with…
Editor’s Note: Jeanne Hodesh, Edible Manhattan’s editorial assistant, also runs the fantastic weekly food newsletter and event round-up called Local Gourmands. We like getting her letters so much, we asked if we could share them here going forward. Be sure…