Garden Rant Cocktail Hour

Episode III: We booze it up in an historic greenhouse


There are no recipes this time. Amy and I drank our Esprit de June straight. But we do recommend a look at this post and this site and these pictures to learn more about the wonderful Sonnenberg Gardens. Here's the live experience:


More to come! Look for future episodes of our adventures during Amy's Central NY speaking tour. And a cocktail hour with fellow bloggers Kathy/Cold Climate Gardening, Dee/Red Dirt Ramblings, and Leslie/Growing a Garden in Davis.

Posted by on October 14, 2010 at 5:00 am, in the category Garden Rant Cocktail Hour.
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3 responses to “Episode III: We booze it up in an historic greenhouse”

  1. Genevieve says:

    You guys should really post these cocktail hours at 5 at night or something. Here I am at 11:22 a.m. wanting a little nip of something to make my landscape designing go more elegantly!

    Thanks for the tip about DRY soda in a previous episode, by the way. Very cool stuff. My partner said the Rhubarb tasted of fresh-squeezed cow pasture, but the Lavender seems to have been a hit all the way around.

  2. Kathy says:

    Well Amy at least with the time change issues, you can justify the after breakfast cocktail as and after lunch cocktail in Pacific time. There are often hidden benefits to travel.

  3. Layanee says:

    Okay, convinced. That web site is beautiful. I hope you tried all the recipes and that could be an essential tool for your next video. 🙂