The Art of the Garden: Bulbs with Liz Campbell Kelly and Lindsey Taylor
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About the Event
Bulbs are versatile. They extend the gardening season and can range from low-maintenance naturalizing bulbs, to statement bulbs and bulbs for cutting. We will begin with a quick primer on bulb facts, looking at the ecological conditions where they originate, how they differ from other plants in your garden and planting techniques. Planting design will focus on sequence of bloom, height and color.
Bulbs can be ordered at the end of the workshop for subsequent pickup at Supplies for Creative Living. If you are planning to order bulbs and might need assistance, please bring measurements of your garden and photos.
Liz Campbell Kelly is Principal at Hudson Garden Studio, an ecologically-minded landscape gardening firm and specialty nursery in Cold Spring. HGS designs and installs beautiful, transformative, ecologically robust gardens. Liz brings a diverse background in the arts and design to her vision for ecological gardening. She received a BA from Brown University in Art/Semiotics, which focused on architecture and the role of urbanism in film, literature, and the arts. Part of this study included a year at the AA School of Architecture in London and classwork at the Rhode Island School of Design. She has a MLA from the University of Pennsylvania and is an independently licensed landscape architect in Connecticut.
Lindsey Taylor Design designs gardens for private and public clients at a range of scales and horticultural complexity. To her projects, Lindsey brings a highly trained eye developed from her previous 10+ year career on the editorial side of award-winning garden/design magazines, and her personal work as a photographer and painter. She is the producer and author of 'Flower School', a monthly column in the Wall Street Journal, creating stunning and evocative flower arrangements inspired by great works of art.
- Bulb Workshop$15$150$0