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.
Acquire knowledge of how to design ecologically-based gardens and how native plants adapt themselves to specific environments.
Discover herbaceous and ephemeral native plant selections in woodlands, wetlands, and meadows.
Learn how to translate ecological principles into a designed landscape.
Determine methods to educate others about the importance of regional biodiversity within a native garden.