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23rd Annual Chanticleer Lecture with Nick McCullough

23rd Annual Chanticleer Lecture with Nick McCullough

Radnor Memorial Library proudly presents the 23rd Annual Chanticleer Lecture with Nick McCullough, co-author of the new book American Roots.

Journey across the US and take a closer look at gardens that designer Nick McCullough captured on his quest to celebrate the American garden. You will explore a selection of gardens created by 20 creative gardeners across our vast land from Big Sur, California to the shores of Rhode Island. Gain inspiration, planting tips, and an expanded notion of what an American garden is.

Award-winning garden designer Nick McCullough has developed a distinctive style he calls Midwest Modern, one that relies on a balance of natural paving and innovative perennial plantings. Based in Ohio, he and his team at McCullough’s Landscape & Nursery create and maintain plant centric gardens in and around the Midwest that are both ecologically sensitive and family-forward. His first book American Roots which he co-authored with his wife Allison and Teresa Woodard has recently been published by Timber Press.

Please note that the VENUE HAS BEEN MOVED!  This year's Chanticleer Lecture will now take place in person at the Radnor Middle School (150 Louella Ave. Wayne, PA) to accomodate everyone interested in attending.  

Registration is requiredThe event will also be Live Streamed on the Library's YouTube Channel.  Registration is not required to watch the Live Stream.

This event is generously sponsored by Chanticleer: A Pleasure Garden.

Sunday, November 6, 2022
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
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