After June 30: $200.
Join nationally-acclaimed landscape architect, author, and speaker Thomas Rainer—a leading global voice in ecological landscape design—and discover how certain plants truly join together in nature. Learn how to use this knowledge to create landscapes and gardens that are resilient, beautiful and diverse. Thomas will inspire and engage as he combines ecology and horticulture, teaching real-world strategies on how-to craft diverse plant communities within a striking aesthetic framework.
*This event will be held on a private property. Directions will be emailed to participants.
About Thomas Rainer:
Thomas Rainer is a registered landscape architect, teacher, and author living in Arlington, Virginia. Thomas, a leading voice in ecological landscape design, has designed landscapes for the U.S. Capitol grounds, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and The New York Botanical Garden, as well as over 100 gardens from Maine to Florida. He is a celebrated public speaker who has garnered acclaim for his passionate presentations to audiences across the U.S. and in Europe. Thomas serves as a Principal for the landscape architectural and consulting firm Phyto Studio in Washington, D.C., teaches planting design at George Washington University, and is the co-author along with Claudia West of the award-winning book Planting in a Post-Wild World.