Auburn Library Presents ‘Fragrance in the Garden’ Thursday Evening

by | Jul 13, 2021

Joanne Pearson guides the audience through a beautifully choreographed journey of fragrant gardens. View the beautiful gardens as displayed on the high quality, large screen digital television. Joanne will share a vibrant slide show, showing the amazing ways that plants use scent to attract pollinators and deter predators. She will also discuss specific trees, shrubs, annuals, and perennials with fragrant flowers and foliage, and include information on where to place them in the landscape to maximize the enjoyment of their fragrance throughout the garden.

Pearson is a professional photographer and formerly a registered landscape architect in the state of Massachusetts where she practiced for 12 years. Her photographs of gardens, landscapes, and people have been featured over many years in magazines, books, and calendars including but not limited to Yankee, Vermont Life, Mahoney Publishing, Farm and Ranch Living, Country, Offshore, Insight Guides and Lonely Planet. Joanne is the solo photographer for Mahoney Publishing’s “Flowers and Gardens of New England”. She photographs interiors, exteriors, gardens, lifestyle and food for inns and resorts throughout New England for their websites and collateral print marketing. She regularly lectures on gardens and photography seeking to inspire and educate her audiences with her beautifully illustrated presentations.

Auburn Public Library Merriam Room
Thursday July 15th  |  6:00 – 7:00pm

Registration is required by calling (508) 832-7790, visiting the library, or online at