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Gardeners are usually very down to earth people, but their gardens do not necessarily have to be. Vertical gardening provides an opportunity to extend and expand one's gardening domain not only physically (the area in which one gardens) but also horticulturally, climatically, and aesthetically. Whether one uses walls, free standing structures, or even other plants, the "sky is the limit". Join us in this illustrated lecture on vertical gardening by Landscape Architect Dennis McGlade.
Dennis McGlade, a partner at OLIN and Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, earned degrees in landscape architecture from the University of Illinois and the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied under renowned landscape architect and visionary Ian McHarg. Highly regarded in the field of design as well as horticulture, his projects include a broad range of sizes and types. Noted works include: J Paul Getty Center and Fran and Ray Stark Sculpture Garden in Los Angeles, redesign of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 5th Avenue Plaza in New York City, and a spiritual retreat in Connecticut. An author and frequent lecturer, Mr. McGlade sits on the Board of The Cultural Landscape Foundation and serves in various teaching capacities at the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University.
Refreshments served after lecture.
UDBG Friend Members: FREE as member benefit; Nonmembers: $10
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