Sustainable Garden Design - 173HRT551
Learn the fundamental principles of design in this studio-oriented course, including site analysis, schematic and finished planting plans, and various garden styles. Study the effective use of color when selecting specific garden plants and learn various color schemes such as analogous or sequential, complementary, and monochrome. Visual presentations, discussions, and design projects combine practical information with the more theoretical aspects of garden design. Review flowering trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, and bulbs. A list of required materials will be provided. Prerequisite: Graphics I, Landscape Plants: Annuals, Landscape Plants: Spring Perennials and Landscape Plants: Summer and Fall Perennials



Required Text
Scott C. Scarfone
Professional Planting Design
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
2007

An Architectural and Horticultural Approach for Creating Mixed Bed Plantings, by Scott C. Scarfone. 2007.
Schedule: Wednesdays, 02/22/17 - 04/05/17
Times: 06:15pm - 09:05pm
Instructor: Laura McKillop
Location: NYBG, Watson Room 307
Price: This session is not currently open for registration.
Prerequisites:
Graphics I
Landscape Plants: Annuals
Landscape Plants: Spring Perennials
Landscape Plants: Summer and Fall Perennials