Saturday June 18, 2016
Price – $59.95 plus $12 entrance fee
Time – 10:00am to 12:00pm
Tour this 100-acre 18th century homestead “garden with world-class charm”. This is a Two Hour Hands-On Shooting Workshop from 10:00-12:00 pm. There is a $12 entrance fee to be paid by each student when you arrive. As you stroll thru these beautiful gardens, learn more about macro photography, color and composition, zooming techniques, aperture and more. Bring your questions & problems with you for Kathy to show you the answer!
Hortulus Farm, a 100-acre property, has 30 acres of twenty-four separate gardens that are composed of formal gardens linked by paths, greenswards, and bridges passing over local Fire Creek. In spring, the Hortulus Farm lawns and woodlands are ablaze with over 200,000 daffodils, narcissus, bluebells, native dogwoods, and Delaware Valley white azaleas. Particularly notable later in the season are imposing perennial and summer borders, a lush woodland walk circumnavigating the lake, birch and pine allées, pool and fountain gardens, and a splendidly re-conceived kitchen garden. The historic barns and outbuildings at Hortulus Farm are home to a colorfully diverse family of farm animals, including dogs, horses, cats, sheep, chickens, ducks, swans, peacocks, and pheasants.