Tuesday 11-09-21 12:00 am (Eastern) Anytime
Location: A RECORDED PROGRAM
A RECORDED PROGRAM
This session is now over but you can still register to receive a link to view the recording. Please note that this offer is good only until December 31.
Christie Dustman started her landscape design firm, Christie Dustman & Company, 22 years ago. She has won design awards, teaches at many venues, including the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University and in 2021, her private garden was featured in Fine Gardening Magazine.
Christie’s talk will use photos to illustrate the thought process behind why she does what she does, always with a dash of humor. She loves plants, loves satisfying design and loves the feeling of “ahhh – this is just right” in a garden. Her talk will cover conifers as a unique and often misunderstood plant category in the garden. The lecture examines the criteria of ‘what is a sculpture’ and makes the argument that conifers are living sculptures, providing key artistic moments to modern gardens rather than being relegated as blobs of the past.
Registration for this session will close at 2pm on the day of the event. The Zoom link will be sent to the email address used at registration unless you notify email@example.com otherwise.
THIS PROGRAM IS ELIGIBLE FOR CEU CREDITS FROM THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF ARBORICULTURE (ISA).
This program is eligible for 1.0 Rutgers Master Gardener CEUs
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