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Designing with Plant Ensembles
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Often we feel that a garden must be design-driven, based on principles above our heads or beyond our means. This class introduces the discipline of designing with plants, including selecting plant combinations and presenting them in an aesthetically successful manner. Different elements of the garden are featured each session. The course also covers how to incorporate “must have” plant purchases.

2/6/2014 to 2/20/2014
When: Every Thursday from 2/6 - 2/20
9:30 am - Noon
Where: Barnes Arboretum
300 N Latch's Lane
Merion, Pennsylvania  19066
United States
Presenter: Dan Benarcik
Contact: 215-278-7200

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Often we feel that a garden must be design-driven, based on principles above our heads or beyond our means. This class introduces the discipline of designing with plants, including selecting plant combinations and presenting them in an aesthetically successful manner. Different elements of the garden are featured each session. The course also covers how to incorporate "must have” plant purchases.

 

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This course qualifies for 7.5 PCH CEUs.

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