Quercus glauca

With this regular feature, I aim to highlight a signature Peckerwood plant with great ornamental features and adaptability to the tough climate of southeastern Texas. The plants I’ve promoted in the recent newsletters generated great interest but unfortunately were not available in the nursery just yet, resulting in frustration. Therefore I decided to make sure…

Peckerwood Insiders’ Tours

Join us and experience Peckerwood Garden in a new way! One tour will be held the morning of the first Saturday of each month. Times may vary with season.  Guests Purchase tickets here: http://goo.gl/3G6qG0 Member’s register here: http://vols.pt/XQm5Lo About the tours. Unlike our general Open Day tours, Director of Horticulture Adam Black or a knowledgeable docent will highlight a…

Senecio aschenbornianus

Senecio aschenborneanus Senecio aschenbornianus was a new one for me upon starting here last month. I had grown many other members of this genus from North American natives, South African succulent species, as well as Asian representatives too. I was quite drawn to the color and shape of the blue/gray foliage which somewhat resembled a…

Monthly Training

Volunteers, join us to deepen your knowledge of Peckerwood Garden and the specific collections housed here!   Our volunteers are a key part of our work and development and these monthly training sessions allow you to develop your knowledge, connection, and experience.  Join us each month for these docent training sessions. Peckerwood Garden has been widely acclaimed for…

New Docent Training

 New Docent Training for Peckerwood Garden will be scheduled for Winter soon. Join us for 2 Winter new docent classes TBD.  Register at: TBD (email if interested in participating when scheduled)   Take a Leadership Role at Peckerwood Garden! Peckerwood Garden has been widely acclaimed for design originality, the breadth of its collections, and its education and conservation programs.…