POSTPONED TO 2021
An international symposium in naturalistic planting design at the Toronto Botanical Garden
Join us for what will be the horticultural design and networking event of the year. This timely symposium will focus on how to create plant-driven garden landscapes to express a wilder beauty while fulfilling ecological imperatives to spark biodiversity and feed the soul. It will have a global vision with local perspectives.
This two day symposium features an international hot list of leading landscape designers, innovators, and plantspeople from Europe, UK, and the USA including:
- CASSIAN SCHMIDT: GERMANY
Director of Hermannshof Botanical Garden
- CLAUDIA WEST: USA
Ecological Designer, Landscape Architect, Co-author of Planting in a Post-Wild World
- NIGEL DUNNETT: UK
RHS Ambassador, Professor of Planting Design and Urban Horticulture in the Department of Landscape Architecture at Sheffield University
- ROY DIBLIK: USA
Prairie whisperer, author and plantsman, Northwind Perennial Farm, Wisconsin
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Creative open minds seeking higher level inspiration and thinking in ecological planting design: Gardeners, landscape designers, landscape architects, professionals & students in the hort trades.
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