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Landscape for Life: Successful Water Practices and the Role of Plants in a Sustainable Garden
Thursday September 10, 2015 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Anderson Education Center Classroom



The Landscape For Life program for residential design is based on the principles of the Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES™), the nation’s first rating system for sustainable landscapes. SITES™ is an interdisciplinary effort led by the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin, and the United States Botanic Garden in conjunction with a diverse group of stakeholder organizations.

Landscape For Life shows you how to work with nature in your garden, no matter where you live, whether you garden on a city or suburban lot, a 20–acre farm, or the common area of your condominium.

September 10: #3 Successful Water Practices and the Role of Plants in a Sustainable Garden

Other sessions in the series:
August 27: #1 The Role of Soil in a Sustainable Garden
September 3: #2 The Role of Water in a Sustainable Garden
September 17: #4 Successful Plant Practices and the Role of Plants in a Sustainable Garden
September 24: #5 Successful Materials Practices and the Role of Plants in a Sustainable Garden

Taught by Taught by Niki Sothers, HBG Director of Horticulture, and Soozi Pline, HBG Director of Education

Sign up for all five classes and receive a discount AND the official Landscape for Life Student Manual
Members $15, Non-members $20 each session
Register for September 10 class or full series