Landscape Design: Intro Classes & Workshops

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Classes

September
This course is also required for the Horticulture Certificate TRACK 4.
Study theories and principles that have shaped the design of landscapes from antiquity to the present. Explore Eastern and Western garden traditions. Survey all types of gardens more...
09/28 Th 10:00am-01:00pm Chisholm
NYBG
This course is also required for the Horticulture Certificate TRACK 4.
Graphics are essential in developing and communicating your design ideas. Practice various graphic techniques and learn how to organize and render landscape plans on paper for more...
09/28 Th 02:00pm-05:00pm Capparelli
NYBG
  10/04 We 10:00am-01:00pm Einhorn
NYBG
October
Gain an introduction to the terminology, concepts, and basic principles of landscape design through lectures and simple two-dimensional exercises. This course is recommended for students with little or no background in design who want to design for their own home more...
10/10 Tu 10:00am-01:00pm Beyers
MDTN
A WILDER WORLD: The Plants and Places that Inspired Laura Ingalls Wilder
Marta McDowell in conversation with Thomas Rainer

Wednesday, October 11
11 am-12:30 pm | Ross Hall, NYBG

The inspiration for Laura Ingalls Wilder's beloved Little House books more...
10/11 We 11:00am-12:30pm McDowell
Rainer
NYBG
Saving the American Ash Summit
Friday, October 13, 10 am-12:30 pm | Ross Hall, NYBG

In this landmark summit, experts discuss the natural and cultural history of the magnificent Ash-and the deadly crisis it faces today.

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10/13 Fr 10:00am-12:30pm Knight, Ph.D.
Church
Atha
Rosenthal, M.S.
NYBG
Gain an introduction to the terminology, concepts, and basic principles of landscape design through lectures and simple two-dimensional exercises. This course is recommended for students with little or no background in design who want to design for their own home more...
10/14 Sa 10:00am-01:00pm Beyers
MDTN
This course is also required for the Horticulture Certificate TRACK 4.
Graphics are essential in developing and communicating your design ideas. Practice various graphic techniques and learn how to organize and render landscape plans on paper for more...
10/16 Mo 06:15pm-09:15pm Poccia
MDTN
Learn the various tools and applications of this software package for landscape designers. Topics include: basic skills for developing professional landscape plans, making base plans from surveys, techniques for quick estimates, and utilizing the online plant database. You must have more...
10/16 Mo 10:00am-01:00pm Einhorn
NYBG
Innovative landscape design in public spaces can create both economic and social vibrancy in the community. Award-winning horticulturist and landscape designer Patrick Cullina will share vital lessons learned from The High Line, Bethlehem Steel, and the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway, more...
10/24 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Cullina
NYBG
November
Invasive Species Summit: Restoration and Long-Term Management, Co Presented with the Lower Hudson PRISM
Friday, November 3, 10 am-4 pm | Ross Hall, NYBG

Stiltgrass! Knotweed! Barberry! Porcelain-berry! A rogues gallery of invasive species is disrupting natural ecosystems and more...
11/03 Fr 10:00am-04:00pm Woodworth
King
Bushell
Arcate Schuler
Grover
NYBG
An expert designer blends shapes and forms—plants, pathways, sculptures, and surroundings, to create an evocative whole, resonant like a painting. Internationally recognized for his stonework, Lew French carefully combines natural materials, from lichen-encrusted granite slabs to weathered driftwood, in ways more...
11/14 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm French
NYBG
December
WHAT PLANTS CAN TEACH US
A Talk with Robin Wall Kimmerer


Friday, December 1
10–11:30 am | Ross Hall, NYBG

As a botanist and member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Robin Wall Kimmerer blends science's polished art of more...
12/01 Fr 10:00am-11:30am Wall Kimmerer
NYBG
Having co-evolved with New Yorkers for centuries, our native plants are uniquely suited to thrive in the built environment. Heather Liljengren, a field botanist and seed collector, will discuss the advantages of using species native to your design site's specific more...
12/12 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Liljengren
NYBG
January
This course is also required for the Horticulture Certificate TRACK 4.
Study theories and principles that have shaped the design of landscapes from antiquity to the present. Explore Eastern and Western garden traditions. Survey all types of gardens more...
01/09 Tu 10:00am-01:00pm Chisholm
NYBG
  01/09 Tu 06:15pm-09:15pm Bunnell
MDTN
This course is also required for the Horticulture Certificate TRACK 4.
Graphics are essential in developing and communicating your design ideas. Practice various graphic techniques and learn how to organize and render landscape plans on paper for more...
01/09 Tu 10:00am-01:00pm Einhorn
NYBG
  01/18 Th 02:00pm-05:00pm Capparelli
NYBG
Learn the various tools and applications of this software package for landscape designers. Topics include: basic skills for developing professional landscape plans, making base plans from surveys, techniques for quick estimates, and utilizing the online plant database. You must have more...
01/19 Fr 10:00am-01:00pm Einhorn
NYBG
Long celebrated as a jewel in the National Trust crown, Sissinghurst Castle Garden in Kent, England is currently undergoing a vigorous renewal under the direction of its head gardener, Troy Scott Smith. In this talk, Smith will describe how he more...
01/31 We 01:00pm-03:00pm Scott Smith
NYBG
February
Conventional structured landscapes are giving way to looser, more naturalistic designs based on the existing landscape's particular potential. Using images of his own six-acre garden, which—like horticulture itself—strikes a balance between art and science, Duncan Brine, a principal landscape designer more...
02/16 Fr 10:00am-12:00pm Brine
NYBG
Landscape designers are always on the lookout for new cultivars of beloved classics, such as azaleas, dogwoods, hydrangeas, and magnolias. Curator Deanna Curtis will discuss how NYBG has modernized historic plant collections during recent dynamic renovations, including the Burn Family more...
02/20 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Curtis
NYBG
Gain an introduction to the terminology, concepts, and basic principles of landscape design through lectures and simple two-dimensional exercises. This course is recommended for students with little or no background in design who want to design for their own home more...
02/24 Sa 10:00am-01:00pm Erb
MDTN
  03/08 Th 10:00am-01:00pm Forster
NCNC
March
Celebrated as havens of tranquility and beauty, Japanese gardens integrate profound spiritual attitudes and cultural values with superb design and refined craftsmanship. Over the centuries, poets, emperors, religious leaders, and aestheticians have created Japan's finest gardens. Peter Grilli, a leading more...
03/20 Tu 01:00pm-03:00pm Grilli
NYBG
HUMANITIES INSTITUTE SYMPOSIUM
March 22, 2018

With Peter Wohlleben, author of The Hidden Life of Trees In his best-selling book, heralded as groundbreaking by the New York Review of Books, forester Peter Wohlleben reveals startling new discoveries about how trees more...
03/22 Th 10:00am-12:00pm Wohllenben
NYBG
April
Precise field measurement is the crucial first step in landscape design. Learn how to properly use automatic levels, tapes, and sophisticated survey instruments such as a total-station and mapping grade GPS. Topics will include accurately measuring distances, differences in elevation, more...
04/15 Su 01:30pm-04:30pm Cahilly
NYBG