Holly's herb garden in Lewes, Delaware was inspired by early American herb gardens. She harvests herbs and creates various herbal products including teas and distilling herbs to produce hydrosols and essential oils.
Anamorphosis, a design by Francois Abelanet at Radice Pura, a horticultural park and nursery in Carruba, Sicily
The U.S. Botanic Garden as viewed from the Bartholdi Park.
Holly was the Executive Director here from 2000 through 2014.
Currently Holly is leading the Environmental Committee for Glen Echo, Maryland to head efforts for healthy lawn and landscape care, sustainable garden efforts, and coordination of environmental programs.
Holly was a contributing author for a new book called Living in the Anthropocene – Earth in the Age of Humans, published in 2017 by the Smithsonian Institution.
Holly is now on The Board of Trustees of The American Botanical Council, publishers of the magazine Herbalgram, based in Austin Texas.
Holly is on the Board of Directors of the American Horticultural Society (AHS). The AHS connects people to gardening, raises awareness of earth-friendly gardening practices, introduces children to plants, brings together leaders to address important national issues, and showcases the art and science of horticulture. Please visit their website for more information.