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Scots Influences on the Early Gardens of New York

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The Grange, New York City, New YorkThere’s a trans-Atlantic mix for an upcoming presentation by the American Scottish Foundation (ASF), the National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA, and the Burns Society of New York.

Both “Historic Scottish Gardens” and “Scots Influences on the Early Gardens of New York” will be explored in a program at 6 p.m. September 25, 2018, in the Arsenal at Central Park, 64th Street and Fifth Avenue, New York, New York.

The National Trust of Scotland will bring updates and history on the restoration of the Robert Burns cottage garden.

The ASF will speak about the influence of Scots on the early gardens of the United States including the Alexander Hamilton home The Grange (pictured) and the heather gardens at Fort Tryon Park.

After the presentations, there’ll be an Arsenal Rooftop Garden Reception. Tickets are $55.

(Photo courtesy of American Scottish Foundation)

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