OP20 Tapping into the Creative Side of Gardening

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Tuesday May 19

1:30 PM  –  3:00 PM

Tapping Into the Creative Side of Gardening

Instructor: Lisa Wagner

Tuesday, May 19; 1:30 - 3 p.m.

$35 member | $45 non-member

BREG Elective credit - 1 hour


Explore gardening as a creative process in this presentation by gardener, designer and garden blogger Lisa Wagner. Inspired by Digging Deep: Unearthing Your Creative Roots Through Gardening by Fran Sorin, this presentation and discussion looks at finding your gardening "voice," covering topics like owning your unique style and gardening needs, trusting your instincts, cultivating patience, and celebrating the beautiful results of your efforts. 

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Lisa Wagner served as director of education at the South Carolina Botanical Garden at Clemson University for almost 20 years, where she taught and lectured on a variety of topics. A plant ecologist who holds a doctorate in botany from the University of California Berkeley, Wagner is a passionate gardener, interested in native plants and designing gardens that are wildlife friendly and sustainable. Her blog, Natural Gardening, can be seen at www.naturalgardening.blogspot.com 



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