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Elegant tarweed (Madia elegans) and Saint Catherine's lace (Eriogonum giganteum). Photo: Phil Van Soelen

Beginning in 2013, Pacific Horticulture expanded its programming with the creation of  “Changing Times, Changing Gardens,” a series designed to address challenges and trends facing West Coast gardeners today. Since that time, we’ve held seminars in Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Oakland, and Portland. These gatherings of designers, horticulturists, city officials, and home gardeners have inspired many and sparked valuable discussions as we’ve examined the topic from a variety of regional perspectives.

Today’s environmental challenges are more pressing than ever. Pacific Horticulture believes that a beautiful landscape—whether in one’s own backyard or a nearby garden that’s open to the public—speaks louder than words or municipal restrictions when it comes to fostering solutions to growing challenges.

This month’s Summit 2016, our most ambitious Changing Times, Changing Gardens gathering to date, focuses on the creation of unique and purposeful landscapes that are inspired by nature and grounded by pl...


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