An Oudolf Garden on Belle Isle

Start Date
01/28/2019
End Date
01/28/2019
Description
Piet Oudolf's public gardens transform people and places and he has committed to creating one of his transformative, living pieces of art in Detroit on Belle Isle, a favorite and meaningful place for Detroiters. Piet Oudolf has changed the way we create and interact with public gardens. His gardens, designed for year-round enjoyment, use an inspired and environmentally conscious mix of native and other hearty perennial plants. Each garden is unique and created to be location and sitespecific.
Location
Lansing, MI
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Historic Preservation
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
After this program participants will:
1. Be familiar with the work and iconic style of Piet Oudolf
2. Be familiar with the plans for Detroit's new public garden
3. Understand Oudolf's process of site selection, plant selection, and more
Instructors
Duncan Campbell is part of an all-volunteer group operating under the Belle Isle Conservancy, a 501©(3) non-profit organization. The group, Oudolf Garden Detroit, is a volunteer organization managing the planning, fundraising, installation, and more.
Website Registration
Course Codes
GLTE9
Provider
Michigan Nursery & Landscape Association


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