University of Washington Botanic Gardens: All About Conifers: Tree Identification, Management and Landscape Use (4.25 CEUs)

Conifers provide the structural framework for many gardens, serving as specimen trees, focal points, screens and hedges. Unique growth habits along with contrasts of foliage color and texture can provide year round interest in any size garden. In the dark days of winter a golden cypress can light up the garden with colorful foliage, and a prostrate weeping hemlock can soften a rockery year round. If you are interested in refreshing or building up your conifer identification skills, this class is for you. Management and landscape use of conifers will also be discussed.

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When
September 10th, 2019 9:00 AM   through   3:00 PM
Location
3501 NE 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98105
United States

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