Your landscape can fit your lifestyle like a glove. This course opens the door to customization of your home environment, no matter how large or small. Taught by a professor of landscape architecture with over 40 years in private practice, Mary Palmer Dargan's master class in garden design will ... » Learn More about The Placemakers Academy Garden Design
Plants, Placement, Perfect! Creating Inspiring Containers.
If you’re staring at that cluttered jumble of pots in the basement and wondering what you can do with them this year that won’t have you yawning before you even start, let Marianne help you create something that goes beyond the tired and traditional annual combos. Utilize edibles and perennials, ... » Learn More about Plants, Placement, Perfect! Creating Inspiring Containers.
A Taste of Foraging
Have you wanted to try the (not so) new trend of foraging but have no idea where to start and a lot of worries about the whole process? Garden writer and lifelong forager, Marianne Willburn, breaks the process down into memorable and manageable ‘food groups’ for the beginner. She’ll discuss what to ... » Learn More about A Taste of Foraging
The Recycled Garden
Repurposed items can create whimsy in your garden, but they can also save money and make your garden unique. It’s time to train your eye to see the ‘treasure’ in ‘trash’ – from cast off chairs to the remnants of a building project, and use those resources to help you create something fabulous in an ... » Learn More about The Recycled Garden
GROWING ROSES ORGANICALLY
Growing roses organically is a snap, contrary to popular opinion. Admit it - roses have a drug habit. All that spraying and insect control can drive a gardener to distraction. Yet diseases and insects come every season (they DO fly in). But they can easily be managed without the fuss and bother ... » Learn More about GROWING ROSES ORGANICALLY