TBG Lecture Series: Living in the Wild: My House

Thursday, April 28, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Experiencing wild nature needn’t be limited to the remotest regions of the world. It can happen in even the smallest backyard garden. Learn how noted landscape designer Larry Weaner interacts with and responds to ecological processes to create an ever-evolving wild yet still ornamental garden in his small property outside Philadelphia. Learn how this brains-over-brawn approach goes beyond simple editing of what occurs naturally and incorporates natural processes and plants’ reproductive abilities to achieve common aesthetic and functional goals. And perhaps most importantly, discover how loosening the reins can bring a newfound mystery and discovery to even the smallest garden.

Presenter: Larry Weaner
Public $15,  TBG Member or Volunteer FREE
Location: Zoom


About Larry Weaner

Larry Weaner received his Associates degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Pennsylvania College of Technology.  He founded Larry Weaner Landscape Associates in 1982 and gained a national reputation for combining ecological restoration with garden design traditions. In 2008 he received the top three design awards from the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, and his work has been profiled in many regional and national publications. An active guest lecturer for horticultural and environmental organizations throughout the U.S, he developed New Directions in the American Landscape, a conference series dedicated to advancing the art and science of natural landscape design.  He also composes music.