Native plants offer as much design value as the traditional exotic plants used in most American landscapes – and they provide considerably more in terms of ecosystem value. This Ecological Landscape Alliance class at Garden in the Woods on Saturday, March 10 from 10 – 11 will identify native plants formerly unused in the designed landscape and discuss the characteristics they offer in specific site conditions.
Instructor: Amy Nyman is a Landscape Designer and owner of Ruby Leaf Design providing landscape planning and ecological solutions including site analysis, landscape restoration, water management, native plant use, hardscaping, master plans, planting plans, and edible landscaping. Amy’s believes that design is a balance of function, beauty, and health. Her professional goal is to help people find that balance within their living spaces, whether those spaces are personal, business, or public. $15 for ELA members, $17 for nonmembers. register at https://www.ecolandscaping.org/event/native-plants-landscape-design/