All too often we design our gardens and landscapes with static compositions of carefully placed and managed plants. But our approach can be more dynamic-and arguably more rewarding-by building upon ecological processes as well as plants' innate tendencies to reproduce and proliferate. Using examples from client projects and his property, Larry Weaner illustrates how this organic, give-and-take approach to design can result in low-maintenance, beautiful landscapes that marry human intent with the patterns and procese4s of nature. Copies of "Garden Revolution: How Our Landscapes Can Be a Source of Environmental Change", which Larry co-authored with Thomas Christopher, will be available for purchase and signing after the lecture.
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