Registration is open to anyone
A false sense of accomplishment often takes hold when newly planted trees and shrubs live past the nursery’s 1- or 2-year warranty. However, that doesn’t mean those plants will be thriving and contributing ten, twenty, or thirty years later. Dr. Gary Johnson will share ten steps for successful landscapes for the long term.
Horticulture / Plants
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. An understanding that the health of a woody plant needs to extend beyond the 1-2 year warranty period 2. Learn 10 steps for planning, planting and maintaining woody plants to live 20 and 30 years or more 3. Design and Planning concepts that contribute to a healthy, sustainable landscape
Gary Johnson, Professor, Urban and Community Forestry, University of Minnesota, Department of Forest Resources and Extension
Chicago Botanic Garden