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Kenmore, WA: Claudia West

  • Bastyr University Auditorium 14500 Juanita Drive NE Kenmore, WA 98028 USA (map)

2019 NHS Spring Symposium

Our unique climate allows us to enjoy each season to its fullest. Our long summer days provide for lush and beautiful plantings giving intense displays of floral delight. The fluctuating weather and cool temperatures of autumn trigger brilliant displays of fall color and bright fruits. Winter brings our gardens structure to the forefront followed by a nearly unending spring full of freshness and flowers. This year’s symposium speakers will highlight our sophisticated palette of plants and provide ideas and tips on using them successfully for a garden of beauty and color in every season.

 

High-Impact, Low-Input Planting: Creating Beautiful and Sustainable Landscapes with Designed Plant Communities
Nigel Dunnett
Professor of Planting Design, Urban Horticulture and Vegetation Technology in the Department of Landscape
University of Sheffield

Landscape Design for Winter Color and Beauty
Sue Goetz
Author & Garden Designer

A Garden for All Seasons:  Planting for Seasonal Transitions
Lucy Hardiman
Garden Designer

The Landscape’s Color Spectrum: Applying Natural Color Theory to Enhance Design
Claudia West
Garden Designer & Author

Earlier Event: March 22
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Later Event: March 26
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