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A landscape architect, educator, and the Director of Horticulture for a botanical garden will address the process of designing ecologically-based gardens for three native botanic gardens. Learn how the gardens are designed to teach visitors about regional biodiversity, sustainability, and native plants.
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
1) Acquire knowledge of how to design ecologically-based gardens and how native plants adapt themselves to specific environments. 2) Discover herbaceous and ephemeral native plant selections in woodlands, wetlands, and meadows. 3) Learn how to translate ecological principles into a designed landscape. 4) Determine methods to educate others about the importance of regional biodiversity within a native garden.
Sheila Brady, Darrel Morrison, Travis Beck
American Society of Landscape Architects