Deciduous trees are typically the longest-lasting plants in a landscape and, when mature, can be the most valuable structures on a property.
Through a series of lectures and tours throughout the Gardens, join us in exploring the identification and many landscape uses—and benefits—of deciduous trees found in this region. Explore how they provide framework to your garden, contribute as a significant habitat for wildlife, offer essential shade in the landscape, and can even lower your energy bill. You’ll leave this class with knowledge on how to implement these valuable plants into your outdoor spaces.
Wednesdays, May 22, 29 and June 5, 12
Onsite Plant Walks
Saturdays, June 1 and June 15 8, 9:00 am–12:00 pm
Inclement Weather Dates
Sundays, June 2 and June 16
This class fulfills the Horticulture and Gardening requirement for Landscape Design.
The Visitor Center Auditorium and Throughout the Gardens
This program will take place partially or entirely outdoors. Please dress for the weather and wear footwear suited for walking on uneven paths and through wet areas.