Raymond J. Sander, president of Delaware Botanic Gardens, and DBG Advisory Council Chair Carla Markell announced that two new key members have joined the gardens’ advisory council - Mark Carter and Lillian Harrison.
Chris Flood | Cape Gazette | September 18, 2018
The Delaware Botanic Gardens hosted its annual fundraising dinner Sept. 6. It was the first time the event was held at the gardens’ home – a 37-acre forest and former soybean field outside Dagsboro that runs along Pepper Creek.
Jeremy Tucker | Delaware Living | 2018
Delaware is reknowned for its picturesque beaches - our scenic waters have motivated thosunds of retirees to move to our area over the last decade. The second smallest state will soon be known for something perhaps even more beautiful, an attrraction that will also draw vistitors to Sussex County. A determined group of Delawarians plan to open the Delaware Botanic Gardens or DBG at Pepper Creek to the public in 2019 - it will be the first of its kind in the First State.
Maria Counts | Coastal Point | July 20, 2018
The Delaware Federation of Garden Clubs was recently recognized nationally by the National Garden Clubs — a not-for-profit educational organization comprising 50 state garden clubs and the National Capital Area, with 5,000-member garden clubs and 165,000 members.
“We’ve had several awards, which is so unusual for Delaware, because we’re little. We’re up against 49 states which are a lot bigger,” said Delaware Federation of Garden Clubs President Lisa Arni.
Michael Sprouse | A&E Report.tv | May 9, 2018
In this episode of the A&E Report, host Michael Sprouse makes his annual visit to the beautiful grounds of the Delaware Botanic Gardens At Pepper Creek in Dagsboro, Delaware. Read more...
Chris Flood | Cape Gazette | May 11, 2018
The number of neon flags marking plants outnumbering the number of plants on the Delaware Botanic Gardens meadow, but that didn’t bother Piet Oudolf. He’s the famed Dutch gardener and meadow creator, who was on hand May 4 at the gardens’ first public showing. Read more...