Create beautiful planting designs with balance, repetition, and cohesiveness using elements from Landscape Design I.
Garden designers have been called creative problem solvers. They must take into consideration site characteristics and challenges, as well as plant combinations for year-round interest. Gain exposure to different garden situations, such as the sunny perennial border or woodland garden while considering important ecological aspects. Insightful discussion of traditional plant combinations for both formal and informal styles is paired with examples of effective planting designs used at Longwood and other gardens. This practical course allows you to develop a planting plan based on realistic situations and to clearly communicate the desired effect and design intent.
This is a seven session class starting on April 9 at 6:00 pm. Following sessions occur on April 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14 & 21.
Landscape Design I + a minimum of 3 Certificate of Merit plant identification courses.
Extend your learning beyond the classroom with supplemental materials
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