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Putting It All Together: a Day with Plant Experts

Articles: Putting It All Together: a Day with Plant Experts

Photo: Ellen Hovercamp from Natural Companions by Ken Druse

[sidebar] October 26, 2012
The Gardens at Heather Farm, Walnut  Creek, California

Presented by the Garden Conservancy and the Ruth Bancroft Garden, and co-sponsored by Pacific Horticulture and The Gardens at Heather Farm. [/sidebar]

Spend an inspiring and informative day with other passionate gardeners learning how to combine your favorite plants into stunning – and sustainable –garden compositions. The following experts will show you how:

Ken Druse, author of Natural Companions: the Garden Lover’s Guide to Plant Combinations, presents expert plant knowledge alongside inspiring images.
Katherine Greenberg, California native-plant expert, author, and PHS board member, demonstrates how native plant communities can inform our garden choices to lasting effect.
Robin Stockwell, owner of Succulent Gardens nursery, will show you how to synchronize your aloes, sedums, yuccas, and aeoniums.
Eileen Kelly, garden designer and owner of Dig Your Garden, is a connoisseur of plant vignettes for any size garden.
And Patrick Lannan, resident design...

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