Chip Callaway has given much of his time and creative talent to Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden from its inception; and, we want to honor this extraordinary man for his generosity and commitment to the Garden and the horticultural world as a whole.
Chip is the President and CEO of Callaway Associates, which performs garden restorations, and landscape designs. He is a Master of Landscape Architecture who has been involved with historic garden restorations all over the East Coast.
Callaway is also involved with symposiums, has sat on numerous garden boards, and has been featured in magazines such as Southern Living and the Washington Post.
The 2011/2012 Chip Callaway Lecture Series featured speakers such as Chip Callaway, garden designer; Jack deLashmet, author of Hamptons Gardens; Randy McManus, florist and event planner; Pearl Fryar, topiary garden artist; and Dr. Michael Dirr, legendary horticulturalist and author.
Great lectures we enjoyed in 2012 . . . "An Evening With Lee Newlin: Organic Cooking for Renewed Health" by Lee Newlin, Peaceful River Farm, Chapel Hill; "How Rooms and Gardens Evolve" by Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill;
Coming in 2013 . . . "Birds of the Piedmont: Attracting Birds to the Garden" by Ron Morris, Audubon Society; "Wild About Perennials" by Noel Kingsbury, British Author and Garden Designer; "Home Grown Honey Bees" by Alethea Morrison, Author, Beekeeper and Gardener; and Robert Lyons, PhD, Director, Longwood Graduate Program.
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Join our Garden Staff and guest lecturers as they share their knowledge and learn how to garden like a pro. Learn from our talented instructors as they teach classes on painting, photography, floral design, wreath making, stepping stones, troughs and other decor for you garden.
The Garden offers a variety of school and youth programs throughout the year. We also offer our Young Naturalist Club after school during the fall and spring as well as a field trip program that meets the North Carolina curriculum science requirements.
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