The Inspired Gardener – Lunch & Lecture

For Felder Rushing,
gardening is about fun. From listening to all 5 of the senses to connecting
with the Earth, Rushing’s philosophy is based on “slow gardening,” low
maintenance gardening techniques that allow for time to enjoy the beauty you’ve
Felder Rushing, a 10th-generation American
gardener, will speak at Goodwood’s 18th annual Garden Symposium present by the
Tallahassee Garden Club. Rushing will present a seminar titled “Tough
Flowers for Florida Gardeners” incorporating his “Slow Gardening”
approach that which allows individuals to “find their personal gardening
bliss.” He advocates using all five senses from season to season by
“the cultivation of locally adapted plants grown sustainably and shared
with others.”
The 18th Annual Goodwood Garden Symposium
lecture and lunch will be held 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 11th, at
Goodwood Museum & Garden’s Carriage House. Tickets are $35 for Goodwood
& Garden Club members and $40 for non-members and include lunch. Books will
be available for purchase.
For more information
about Goodwood and this year’s Garden Symposium, please visit
Online tickets are available on Eventbrite or
call JoAnn Bixler at 850-877-4202 ext.228 for information on tickets in person.