Palm Beach County Library to host Mounts Botanical Garden Book Discussion Series

Few pleasures in life surpass reading a great book or cultivating your own garden. Our Mounts Botanical Garden Book Discussion Series aims to combine these two distinct joys!

 

This series provides an opportunity for book lovers and horticulture enthusiasts to meet and discuss a dynamic selection of fiction and non-fiction. Each month on a Tuesday night, the group will discuss a different book while taking in the beautiful grounds of Mounts Botanical Garden.

 

To register and obtain a copy of the titles, please call Rochelle Wolberg, Interim Operations Manager/Director of Programs for Mounts Botanical Garden, at (561) 233-1751. Copies are also available via our online catalog at pbclibrary.org.

 

image19/13                 “Lab Girl,” by Hope Jahren.

 

image110/18                “The Reason for Flowers: Their History, Culture,

Biology, and How They Change Our Lives,” by

Stephen Buchmann.

 

image111/08               “The Paper Garden: An Artist Begins Her Life’s Work

at 72,” by Molly Peacock.

 

image112/13               “The Garden of Evening Mists,” by Tan Twan Eng.