Join us for a unique opportunity to learn more about the colonial and federalist inspired landscape of Shirley Place. Master Gardeners Mary Lou O’Connor and Linda Woodbury will provide context for the estate’s current historical interpretation, including information about the 18th and 19th century residents and neighbors involved in horticultural and agricultural pursuits during Roxbury’s heyday as a gardening community. Weather permitting guests will enjoy a guided tour of the Madam Eustis Gardens, the Parterre, the Forecourt and the Orchards.
Horticulturally inspired refreshments will be served. Floral Artist Estela Rosario of Dahlia’s Garden will be generously donating an arrangement for raffle.
Space is limited. $8 for Members, $10.00 Non Members. Please contact us at 617 442-2275 to register. Meet at the Ingersoll-Gardner Carriage House, 15 Rockford Street, Roxbury, MA 02119. The Carriage House is located directly across from the Shirley Eustis House’s Rockford St. side. Street parking on Shirley Street.