|Adam Dooling's professional training began with an internship on the High Line, where he became enamored with public horticulture and the transformative potential of gardening. He is a graduate of Longwood Garden's Professional Gardener Class of 2015, and he worked for Longwood's Research and Plant Records departments. Adam's interests lay at the intersection of conservation and design, and he feels fortunate to explore them both across the globe through a TRIAD Fellowship.|
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This course is designed for horticulturists and gardeners who are familiar with the basic culture of perennials. Learn the identifying characteristics, classification, scientific and common names, and landscape uses of approximately 60 summer- and fall-blooming native and non-native perennials and g more...