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Developing a Planting Plan for Your Garden

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Choosing the right plant for the right place is key to a successful garden. In this class you will learn about plant types, plant choices appropriate to Marin, seasonal maintenance, gardening with deer and wildlife, pollinator gardens and fire-resistant plants. You will also learn about what to include in a planting plan, useful graphics for drawing and resources for plant research.

Charlotte Torgovitsky, is a naturalist who loves to garden. Over the years she has created a thriving habitat, with enhanced resources for all wildlife on her Novato property. Charlotte was a consultant on the Watershed Approach to Landscaping booklet, and has lectured throughout the Bay Area on habitat gardening, butterflies, beneficial insects, bird food hedges, native plant propagation, and home composting.  (www.homegroundhabitats.org)
 
 
Teliha Draheim is a professional landscape designer, as well as instructor of art and design at UC Davis and many other SF Bay Area institutions. Her company, Image West Gardens, brings a high level of creativity and imagination to the design process, offering sustainable design services employing the watershed approach to landscaping. (www.imagewestgardens.com)
 

Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Sat

Location
Academic Center

Instructor
MultipleInstructor :
1.Teliha Draheim2.Charlotte Torgovitsky 

Fee: 

$64.00


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Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
12/7/2019 - 12/7/2019 Weekly - Sat 10:10 AM - 12:30 PM Kentfield, Academic Center  Map, Room: 238 Charlotte Torgovitsky  ; Teliha Draheim