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Symposium - Designing a Native Garden workshop - SOLD OUT

  • Education Building 248 Ridgewood Avenue Charlotte, NC 28209 (map)
Photo Credit: Cravotta Photography

Photo Credit: Cravotta Photography

What are native plants and why should we plant them in our garden? Understanding the local ecological communities, and employing natives in our designs will reap environmental benefits and cost savings such as reduced water and chemical use, increased pollination, and lower maintenance. And including natives in our own gardens and public and commercial spaces adds interest, texture, and diversity.

For our workshop, we will first explore native plant choices and their implementation through a PowerPoint presentation, and then walk in the Wing Haven gardens to discuss specific plants and their uses.

Following the garden stroll, we will enjoy lunch with CeCe for Q&A.

This workshop is SOLD OUT, please sign up on our wait list below:

CeCe Haydock graduated from Princeton University (B.A. English) and received a master’s degree in landscape architecture from the SUNY School of Environmental Science and Forestry. After working for the New York City Parks Department, she joined the firm, Innocenti and Webel in Locust Valley, NY, before starting her private practice. In 2007, she did research as a Visiting Scholar at the American Academy in Rome on Edith Wharton and Italian villas. She has lectured and written on historic Italian, French, and American gardens for Old Westbury Gardens, Maryland’s Ladew Topiary Gardens, Princeton University, and numerous garden and horticultural clubs. A vice-president of Planting Fields Foundation and a member of the International Council of The Preservation Society of Newport County, she is a visiting lecturer at the New York Botanic Garden. CeCe is currently expanding her private practice to include landscape sustainability.

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