Clemson University

PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPING (upstate location)

Join Rick Huffman, landscape architect, and founder and past president of the South Carolina Plant Society, to learn how native plants are the key to developing a sustainable landscape, and an important way to conserve natural resources. A sustainable landscape is in balance with the local climate, soil and plants and wildlife. Native plants enable you to potentially minimize the resource inputs into your garden, such as fertilizer, pesticides, gasoline, time and water. In this class, we put it all together: planning and design, site and plant selection, soil conditions, irrigation and water efficiency, and maintenance. Prerequisite: Basic Botany.

Friday, November 2, 2018 at 9:00am to 5:00pm

Conference Center, lower level

Event Type

Garden Events

Departments

SC Botanical Garden

Target Audience

General Public

Website

http://www.clemson.edu/scbg

Cost

$80 (10% discount Friends and SCNP Society members)

Contact Name:

Sue Watts

Contact Phone:

864-650-1811

Contact Email:

watts9@clemson.edu

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