Learn the practical skills to discover what you need and want from your garden and discover your garden style. Learn how to apply that knowledge to your site to create a guiding plan for the development of your property.
Bring along a map of your property if you have one. A laptop would be helpful as well. If you do not have access to those items, we can offer you a basic template to use.
This is a great follow-up class to "Garden Planning, Step 1: Get To Know Your Site" taught on January 29th, though being part of that class is NOT a prerequisite. Follow up this class with Garden Planning, Step 3: Principles of Garden Design on March 11th.
Register for those classes here:
Mila Fournier is a garden designer and educator with two decades of design experience that started with guerilla gardening in Brooklyn and has moved her through designing some of the most sophisticated gardens in NYC. Once in Ithaca, Mila has worked as an educator, designer, and horticultural consultant, including managing Ithaca Children's Garden and helping large developers create habitats to offset new construction.
$15-$30 Self-Determined Sliding Scale
CCE-Tompkins Education Center
615 Willow Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14850-3555
Last updated January 15, 2020