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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.  (
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. (

Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Sat

Academic Center

MultipleInstructor :
1.Teliha Draheim2.Charlotte Torgovitsky 



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Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
5/16/2020 - 5/16/2020 Weekly - Sat 10:10 AM - 12:30 PM Kentfield, Academic Center  Map, Room: 238 Charlotte Torgovitsky  ; Teliha Draheim