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Native Plants in Your Garden: Lessons from Nature and Culture, April 20, 7:00pm - 8:30pm, Brookside Garden

  • April 13, 2017 10:26 AM
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    SPEAKER SERIES

    Native Plants in Your Garden: Lessons from Nature and Culture

    Thursday, April 20 / 7:00pm - 8:30pm
    FREE – Brookside Gardens Visitor Center Auditorium

    Guest Lecturer : Cole Burrell 


    Reserve your spot at:

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    Native Plants in Your Garden: Lessons from Nature and Culture 
    Cole Burrell, garden designer, award winning author

    Native plants are currently the height of fashion, but do we really know what is native, and where? When we plant a floodplain species in an upland situation, are we gardening ecologically? Are cultivars native? These are a few of the questions Burrell will explore as he examines the current popularity of landscaping with native plants from an ecological perspective. This lecture focuses on techniques for working with seasonal rhythms, structure, and dynamics of native plant communities to design sustainable native gardens of unique and lasting beauty. 

     

    About Cole Burrell

    C. Colston Burrell is an acclaimed lecturer, garden designer, award winning author and photographer. A certified chlorophyll addict, Cole is an avid and lifelong plantsman, gardener and naturalist. Cole is a popular lecturer internationally on topics of design, plants and ecology. He has shared his encyclopedic knowledge of plants and his abiding respect for regional landscapes with professional and amateur audiences for 40 years. He is principal of Native Landscape Design and Restoration, which specializes in blending nature and culture through artistic design. In 2008 Cole received the Award of Distinction from the Association of Professional Landscape Designers for his work promoting sustainable gardening practices.


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