The Waldoboro Community Garden Club will present a virtual tour of Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens on Tuesday, Oct. 11 at the Waldoboro Public Library on Main Street.

The 7 p.m. “arm-chair tour” presentation is free and open to the public. Barbara Freeman, a Master Gardener and journalist, will discuss the 250-acre property in Boothbay, which includes a variety of flowers and other vegetation, with programs for all ages. Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens includes a shoreline hiking trail, a one-acre “sensory” garden, woods and an environmentally “green” building for family education.

Freeman moved to the Boothbay area in 1991, where she joined the Boothbay Region Garden Club. In 2002, she took a job as communications director for the botanical gardens, where she is a charter member.

She is a trustee of Wave Hill, a rolling Freeman family estate in the Bronx, given to New York City for public use. The Freeman family also operated Round Top Dairy in Damariscotta for many years.

She and husband Ned live on Sanibel Island, Fla., during the colder months, with a dog and three cats. She belongs to the Sanibel Islands Garden Club.