THE HORTULUS FARM FOUNDATION
Founded in 2008, The Hortulus Farm Foundation is a 501c3 not-for-profit foundation dedicated to preserving Hortulus Farm as a public place of respite, inspiration, and education in perpetuity.
To inspire, educate, and delight. To represent and promote all that is best and most enduring about Bucks County by opening the gardens, house, museum, library, and collections to interested visitors. To establish Hortulus Farm as a permanent and important educational resource as well a place of respite for individuals simply in need of reconnection with the natural world.
Your generous, tax deductible gift at any level is vital to the preservation of the gardens and furthering the horticultural and educational mission of The Hortulus Farm Foundation. If you have enjoyed your visit to the gardens or appreciate our mission, your gift will insure Hortulus Farm remains a place of inspiration, education, and reconnection for generations to come.
BRONZE LEVEL SUPPORTER: $250
SILVER LEVEL SUPPORTER: $500
GOLD LEVER SUPPORTER: $1,000
Mail your tax deductible gift to:
The Hortulus Farm Foundation • 60 Thompson Mill Road • Wrightstown, PA 18940
BECOME A FRIEND OF HORTULUS FARM
Become a FRIEND of Hortulus Farm at the Individual ($35), Couples ($60), or Family ($75) level and enjoy free open garden touring for a year, 10% off all nursery purchases, and special member sales and events. All fees and donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
Hortulus Farm is honored to partner with some of the nation's most prestigious cultural, horticultural, and nature organizations. (Click each organization name to be routed to partners' websites.)
THE GARDEN CONSERVANCY The nation’s largest garden preservation organization, their mission being to save and share outstanding American gardens for the education and inspiration of the public. Hortulus Farm was made an Affiliate Garden of The Conservancy in 2015, the second only in their history.
GREATER PHILADELPHIA GARDENS Philadelphia is America’s Garden Capital, where one can visit over 30 public gardens, arboreta, and historic landscapes, all located within 30 miles of Philadelphia. Member gardens include Longwood Gardens, Winterthur, Chanticleer: A Pleasure Garden, Mt. Cuba, Bartram’s Garden, and Hortulus Farm.
THE JAMES A. MICHENER MUSEUM The Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, PA is a wonderful regional museum exhibiting both American and International paintings, sculpture, craft and design, and, most particularly, the work of the Bucks County Impressionists. Hortulus Farm has loaned a number of important paintings in our collection to the museum and we have recently entered into a partnership with them regarding our annual "Art In The Garden" installation.
AUDUBON OF NEW JERSEY Founded in 1897, the New Jersey Audubon Society fosters environmental awareness, protecting New Jersey's birds, mammals, other animals, and plants, especially endangered and threatened species, and promoting preservation of valuable habitats. Hortulus Farm became an official NJ Audubon destination site in 2014, with 44 species of avian life identified (so far).
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President: Renny Reynolds
Vice President: Jack Staub
Chairman: Glen J. Lajeski
Vice Chairman: Virginia Newman Yocum
Treasurer: Richard Henriques
Secretary: Helen Davis Chaitman
John F. Lehman • Jeffery H. Nicholas • Happy Shipley • R. William Thomas