Time & Location
May 25, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
CLE Lecture Hall, 348 S 5th St, Highlands, NC 28741, USA
About the Event
Do you envision beautiful gardens and wonder how to bring them to life? This course will guide you toward developing the ability to observe, map, and analyze a site like a professional landscape designer, which, of course starts with a foundation in botany, horticulture, and soil science. By the end of the part 1 of this series, you will have the expertise to choose the right plant for the right place and the ability to co-create with nature and employ regenerative design techniques. (See part 3 Course Description on page 10.)
Location: CLE Lecture Hall Minimum: 8
Presenter: Mary Palmer Dargan RLA, APLD. With over 45 years in experience designing home environments from coast to coast, Mary Palmer has honed her unique design philosophy. Her process and eco-awareness, with deep roots in her English and Celtic heritage.
Assistant instructor: Arielle McIntyre PDC, APD is inspired by the intersection of art, ritual, food, and regenerative garden design. Since 2019, Arelle has been shadowing Mary Palmer learning and designing curriculum around her design process from a beginner's perspective.