Landscape Design Basics - Full
- $149.00 - Member
- $159.00 - Non-Member
- $249.00 - Member Couple
- $259.00 - Non-Member Couple
1970 Folwell Ave
St Paul, MN
United States of America
Landscape Design Basics
Five sessions: Mondays Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, March 4, 2019; 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Deadline for registration: January 30
Cost: $149 members ($249 per member couple); $159 nonmembers ($259 per nonmember couple). Price includes 15 hours of instruction, a comprehensive course packet, lab materials, and a set of basic landscape design tools plus snacks, coffee / tea.
Location: University of Minnesota (St. Paul Campus); 405 Alderman Hall (Department of Horticultural Science), 1970 Folwell Avenue, St. Paul.
This five-session workshop is your opportunity to learn the theory and basic principles of sustainable landscape design and how to avoid the mistakes that are commonly made by novices and professionals alike. The curriculum is comprehensive and has been specifically developed to allow participants to use their own property as a class project by designing an entry garden, a deck/patio garden, or other landscape space.
Each workshop session will culminate in a hands-on, take-home assignment that will allow participants to put pencil to paper and apply the techniques learned to their personal landscape project in preparation for the next class and the next steps in the landscape design sequence. The workshop will also include time for personalized critiques of your ideas during the last four sessions as you develop your designs.
Instructors: Julie Weisenhorn, University of Minnesota Extension horticulture educator, and Jim Calkins, landscape horticulturist and former landscape design and management instructor at the University of Minnesota.
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