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This course is explores principles of the historically important perennial garden styles and their current applications. These include cottage gardens and perennial borders, rock and alpine gardens, water gardens, meadows, woodland gardens, parterres, herb gardens, and gardens in the style frequently referred to as “new American style”. Students will examine theories of formal and naturalistic garden styles, and will discuss plant selection based on form, texture, and color harmonies. They will create designs for gardens and participate in project critiques. This course fulfills a requirement for the Planting Design Certificate. Recommended: Intro to Landscape Drafting and Graphic Skills.
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