The process of transforming a landscape into a sustainable, ecologically-sound garden that you love is a rewarding aspect of being a gardener. Understanding plants and their inter-relationships is key to creating a landscape that’s a joy, not a chore. In this class, Lisa Wagner will help you better understand how to learn how to observe and assess the ecological soundness of your landscape and how to incorporate those observations in your gardening plans. We’ll talk about the components needed to create a robust ecological food web of largely native trees, shrubs, and perennials. which will work over the seasons (and years) and create a welcoming landscape. A primary objective of this class is to learn how to assess and improve the ecological soundness of your landscape.
ONLINE | Two Sessions: Wednesdays, June 8 & 15, 1 – 2:30 p.m.