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Basic Color Theory for Gardeners
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Learn how to effectively use color in plant combinations. Study the properties of value, hue, and intensity as they relate to choosing specific garden plants. Visual presentations and discussions are used to analyze various color schemes including analogous, sequential, complementary, and monochromatic. Please bring lunch.
10:00am - 02:30pm
, Watson Room 102
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