The Camden Garden Club announced the schedule for its Winter Horticultural Series, which is co-sponsored by the garden club and the Camden Public Library. The free programs will be held Tuesday mornings from Jan. 26 to Feb. 23 in the Jean Picker Room at the Camden library. Refreshments will be served at 9:30 a.m., and the guest speaker will begin the program at 10 a.m. The schedule includes:

Jan. 26: A Maine Artist’s Garden Journal and Gardening Guide. Loretta Krupinski, award-winning author and illustrator, will speak about her book and how to keep a garden journal. Gardening with a Maine tidal river as a backdrop proves to be a challenge, she said.

Feb. 2: A Sculptor’s Garden. Nina Scott-Hansen has described her garden as a “playground” for her whimsical welded steel sculptures that she started in Rockland in 1986. Her “live and let live” philosophy has resulted in a garden full of surprises and great fun. Her sculptures can be seen at Harbor Square Gallery in Rockland.

Feb. 9: Maine Garden Magic. Rebecca Sawyer-Fay and Lynn Karlin are authors of “Gardens Maine Style” and “Gardens Maine Style Act II.” They will share the gorgeous photos from their books.

Feb. 16: Secret Gardens of the Maine Coast. Landscape architect Bill Phinney is well known for his beautiful garden designs and stone work. He will present a slideshow tour of the gardens he has created and discuss the principles used in their creation.

Feb. 23: For the Table. Master Gardener Judy Stein is very active in her community in Belfast, and her seaside garden has been included on many garden tours. She preserves food from her garden and is a gourmet cook. Her talk will focus on her wonderful herb garden.