The Gardens to Open in Paristown Pointe Neighborhood


Boutique nursery to be open to the public.

Louisville, KY – March 31, 2014 – Henry|McGalliard Landscape Design Studio and Gardens at 711 Brent Street, Louisville, KY 40204 will be open to the public, beginning April 3, 2014. Retail hours: Wednesday – Friday 10 am – 6 pm & Saturday 10 am – 5 pm

Henry|McGalliard is incorporating a garden boutique into its repertoire of offerings. The Gardens will focus on providing customers and design clients with a focused selection of specimen plants, trees and garden elements, in an urban setting. “This unique nursery will provide everyone with the same high-end plants, great plant material and interesting garden elements that we offer to our design clients. We also envision this as a space for events, gatherings and workshops.” according to partner and designer, Patrick Henry. Customers can expect to find a selection of large and small specimen trees and shrubs, such as 14’ tall Hinoki Cypress and 20 year old Japanese Maples, to a few select perennials, herbs and native plants.

The Henry | McGalliard Gardens, also referred to as The Gardens, will be located in the historic Paristown Pointe, next to Stoneware Art Factory and across from The Cafe’. “We are excited. In addition to offering unique plant selections not found in typical nurseries, The Gardens will also give us the flexibility to better control the quality throughout all aspects of our larger design projects and installations. We’re also very excited about helping to revitalize this historic corner of Louisville.” according to co-owner Scott McGalliard.
Henry | McGalliard is a landscape design, site construction, garden installation and maintenance company who’s goal is to create great spaces for people to enjoy. Good design principals influence how we execute all stages of our work. Adherence to tried and true construction methods and unique plantings and garden elements allow us to bring our creations and ideas to reality.

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Movie Screening: American Meat


Join Slow Food Bluegrass for a screening of American Meat, a pro-farmer film that asks the question: Can the Local Food movement really feed us all?
The event is free to Slow Food members and $10 for non-members. Sign up for membership by clicking here or purchase membership at the door, where your $10 admission can be credited toward your membership.
We’ll serve Foxhollow Popcorn and Roobie Red Tea!
Thank you to our partners Rainbow Blossom, Foxhollow Farm, Roobie Red Tea, and the Local Food Association.


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Foxhollow Farm Fall Festival


Come out to Foxhollow Farm’s Fall Festival!

Saturday, October 23th 11am-6pm

Yew Dell’s Dividing Perennials Workshop – October 16


Here’s an opportunity you won’t want to miss. Each year Yew Dell Gardens offers this workshop that involves not only learning how to divide perennials . . . when you’re finished, Ann will give you some of the fruits of your labor to take home to your own garden. You can’t miss – come for a class and go home with an armful of great plants. Sign up early as this one is sure to fill up fast!

October 16


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KY Dept. of Fish and Wildlife: Whitetail Deer – A locavore’s Most Valuable Resource

Join Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources staff for a hands-on course designed to provide basic instructions on providing a free-ranging sustainable food source within 40 miles of their home. The workshop will be held over the course of three sessions and will cover a variety of topics including deer biology and behavior, effects of deer on the local economy and ecosystem, the history of whitetail deer in Kentucky, hunting techniques and basic processing methods. All workshops are recommended for ages 16 and up and will be limited to 30 participants. Participants are also encouraged to attend all three sessions. Please send RSVP to Jason Nally (502) 477-9288 or
Thursday, September 27 – 7:00pm-9:00pm recommended for ages 16 and up
**This workshop will be held at the Louisville Nature Center**
Deer biology and behavior
The history of deer in Kentucky
Deer management and population surveys
Thursday, October 4 – 7:00pm-9:00pm recommended for ages 16 and up
**This workshop will be held at the Louisville Nature Center**
Finding a place to hunt
Hunting strategies
What it means to be a locavore
Saturday, October 6 – 9:00am-4:00pm recommended for ages 16 and up
**This workshop will be held at the Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area**
Choosing a weapon -basic archery and firearms workshop
Successful hunting –reading deer sign and tree stand safety
After the shot -deer processing, cooking and preservation