The David M. Hunt Library will host a free Zoom event with gardening author Page Dickey on Sunday February 28 at 4PM. Her new book, Uprooted, documents her move to Falls Village, Connecticut, and the establishment of a new garden, an endearing story about transitions and the joy that new horizons can bring. Attendees can register at HuntLibrary.org, on the library’s Facebook page, or by calling the library at 860-824-7424. Signed copies of Ms. Dickey’s book are available at the library.
Page Dickey is a garden designer and author of multiple books, including Gardens in the Spirit of Place, Inside Out, and Embroidered Ground. She lectures around the country about plants and garden design, and has written articles for House and Garden, Architectural Digest, Horticulture, Fine Gardening, and Garden Design. Her former garden, Duck Hill, has been featured in the New York Times, Elle Décor, and Vogue. She now lives and gardens in Falls Village, Connecticut, on 17 acres with a view of the Berkshire hills.