Willowwood is pleased to offer a number of different publications to the public. Read below for more information.
Now Available: Books About Willowwood
The Story of Willowwood — Marta McDowell, noted botanical author and landscape historian, has written the complete history of the Tubbs’ brothers, Willowwood and its gardens and collections. Many photos from the archives. — $10. plus $2.50 S&H.
Willowwood in Pictures — Over 2500 photos were submitted by local photographers—all in beautiful, seasonal color. The gardens, the buildings and artistic objects are featured in this pictorial walk. A hardcover edition was adapted by Ray Rogers, Garden Book author and winner of top awards at the Philadelphia International Flower Show, and designed by fellow Trustees Dan Will and Leslie Allain. — $40. + $2.50 S&H.
To order call 908-234-1815 or email: email@example.com.
Permanent Plant Labels for your Garden:
Purchase customized tags for your home garden by contacting the Willowwood Foundation at 908-234-1815 or email your order to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tags can feature each plant’s botanical and common name and planting date or whatever other information you may want to include to personalize your tags.
These tags make great gift items for the gardener in your life or attached to a gift plant from your garden, inscribed with "From the garden of ...".
We also have seen them used for weddings and other parties attached to centerpieces or floral displays. Be inventive! We will help you design a cherished memory keeper. Email us at email@example.com for suggestions, help, ideas and questions.
Label size: 1 3/4 x 3 1/2 inches with 5 lines of customized type. Copper colored tags.
Cost: $20.00 for a minimum order of 10 labels.
Seeds for Sale!
The Willowwood Foundation is offering packets of seeds at $3.00 a package or two for $5.00 plus $1.00 postage. Click on picture for 2014 List (some still available) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org - the 2015 list will be available late winter for Spring planting.
These limited supply seeds were collected from the gardens, arboretum, and natural areas by Willowwood staff and the Horticulture Volunteers at the Willowwood and Frelinghuysen Arboreta.
Orders filled promptly. Mail check to the Willowwood Foundation, PO Box 218, Gladstone, NJ 07934. Email: email@example.com
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See the "Hidden World of Willowwood" in the latest Black River Journal (BRJ) by clicking the image above.
Willowwood is not new to the BRJ -- here is an article from 2008 commemorating Willowwood's Centennial.