How do I find time to read?
As we are all pressed for time, it can be tricky to stay informed. Each week we select one article or blog post that takes under five minutes to read. These "reads" cover the topics of botany, women in industry, horticulture, nature, and history. We are always looking for the next "Five Minute Read", so email with your great suggestion!
Start small! Check out the Five Minute Reads section, or make a daily habit of reading for just ten minutes a day. You'll be through a book in no time, and be a little smarter too!
You bet! We aim to meet two times per year to discuss both historic and contemporary works that reflect the values and stories of our membership. See below for more details about our current read.
Read a good book?
Email your book review to
I've got a great book or article suggestion...
We are all about community input. So, if you have a book suggestion, or an article that takes less than 5 minutes to read, email us your suggestion to
Reading is a way to expand our minds, and try on new ideas for a little while. It is invaluable to growing your view on horticulture, and even the world! We have compiled a group of book reviews on all topics relating to Women in Horticulture to help you find the perfect book.
If you have read a great book lately on any topic included under the umbrella of "Women in Horticulture" send us your book review on it! We'll publish your name with the review, so you get all the credit for your suggestion.
Why does Women in Horticulture have the WinH Book Club? Glad you asked!
We hope the WinH Book Club will;
Expand the reading list of our membership both near and far.
Create a place to exchange ideas with a book as the foundation of discussion.
Share the stories and experiences of historic and contemporary women in horticulture
Highlight the literary contributions of women
Build professional and social connection
Stay tuned as we create website resources that enhance the WinH Book Club experience.
Our current book club read is A Gentle Plea for Chaos by Mirabel Osler. Check back here or follow our socials for more info about our fall book club meeting.