Midweek with Mark

"Living Art—Planting for Architectural Interest"
Mark Weathington, Director

  • Wednesday, April 29, 2020 – 3:00 pm4:00 pm

Specimen plants are usually selected for their flowers and foliage but form is often overlooked. Plants with extraordinary architecture add year-round interest to the landscape and provide a sculptural element that transforms a good garden to a great one. Whether working with a plant 's natural form or imposing your will to create living walls and sculpture, this seminar will help you get the most impact from the plants in your garden.

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Midweek with Mark presentations are recorded and posted to the JC Rualston Arboretum's YouTube Channel the following Monday. Be sure to subscribe to our Channel for updates.

Advance registration is not available.
Online via Zoom (see instructions above).
Please contact Chris Glenn at chris_glenn@ncsu.edu for more information about this lecture.