Wild and Neat: Bridging the Gap between Great Planting Design and Ecology
A lecture by Claudia West
Principal, Phyto Studios
Thursday, July 11 at 10 AM
Cosponsored by East Hampton Library
Baldwin Family Lecture Room
We know planting more native plants in our gardens is an important way to rebuild and sustain the web of life that surrounds us. Yet, many native plant gardens that focus on ecological benefits simply aren’t beautiful or fail to inspire. Great planting design, based on understanding how plants interact with each other throughout the seasons and over time, is an essential part of the solution.