Tired of drab and empty looking winter gardens? In disbelief that tans and browns can look as incredible as a rainbow of summer colors? Wondering how you can have a beautiful off-season garden that also supports pollinators and birds without a fall clean up?
We'll explore dozens of perennial flowers and grasses with stunning fall color as well as ornamental winter shape and seed heads. Design strategies & landscape examples of stunning winter gardens are also explored to inspire your creativity. Join award-winning author, speaker, and garden designer Benjamin Vogt on a sixty-minute journey to inspire and invigorate your natural landscape. You can make a difference for wildlife!
All sales are final and no refunds will be issued.
Class is self paced and remains online at the sole discretion of the author. You have unlimited access to the class as long at it remains online. Class and all material is the sole copyright of Benjamin Vogt (author) and can't be rebroadcast, transcribed, or shared in any way without the prior written permission of the author.
Benjamin Vogt writes a weekly column for Houzz.com -- his nearly 200 articles explore the philosophical and practical sides of our gardens, from design strategies to wildlife value using native plants. He has spoken nationally to botanical gardens, environmental organizations, city parks staff, as well as local garden clubs and community groups. His writing and photography are featured in over 100 publications and books, including a guide on butterfly gardens from The Xerces Society and the anthology The Tallgrass Prairie Reader. Benjamin is the author of A NEW GARDEN ETHIC, has a Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska, and is an award winning teacher of over 50 classes. He lives in Lincoln dreaming of restoring a prairie, opening a nursery, and hosting an artist residency program on 20-40 acres.
"I liked how he connected what we do in our gardens to the overall health of our ecosystem. He provided facts I hadn't heard before and I walked away from the presentation inspired to make changes."
"Wonderful! Combination of knowledge, wit, and alacrity of presentation.... So interested in his topic that he made me interested!"
"He did an outstanding job bridging practical gardening with the philosophy behind why we need native plants in our landscapes. He had great photos, statistics, and personal stories."
-- Gardens should be revolutions that wake us to our world. --