Winter Lecture Series: Singular Gardens

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The Madoo Conservancy  presents three winter lectures annually. This year’s theme is singular gardens—with each of our esteemed presenters discussing one specific landscape, including Kate Kerin from Innisfree Garden, Louis Bauer of Wave Hill, and Toshi Yano from Wethersfield. Thank you to all who joined us for our first two […]

Madoo in Manhattan 2020

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With an abundance of caution we have decided to postpone Madoo in Manhattan. We will reschedule the lecture with Stephen Scanniello to later this spring.  Pre-eminent rosarian, author, lecturer, and gardener Stephen Scanniello is presently the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden Curator for the New York Botanical Garden and rosarian for […]

Robert Dash Prints

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A special selection of original lithographs and serigraphs by Robert Dash are available for sale here at Madoo Conservancy. Take home your very own piece of Madoo!

Jamie Niven

Live Auction

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Madoo’s live auction Saturday, June 15 at 7:15pm with auctioneer Jamie Niven. Check out the lots and begin bidding online here.

Much Ado About Madoo

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The garden
is FREE!

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We are pleased announce free admission to Madoo on open days. A generous grant from the Barry Friedberg and Charlotte Moss Family Foundation has allowed us to waive our $10.00 admission fee.

The garden is open every Friday and Saturday from Noon to 4 p.m. from May 15th until October 7th.

Anonymous No More

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Please join Professor Gina Luria Walker, an international leader in the global project of feminist recovery of earlier women’s lives and ideas that have been lost, neglected, suppressed, and misappropriated for a talk in the garden. She is passionate about reclaiming undiscovered or forgotten women’s legacies. Anonymous No More aims […]

Annual Appeal

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