Regional Landscape Design in Southern California

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events@pacifichorticulture.org   |  phone: 510-849-1627

A program of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Greater Los Angeles District (APLD) and Pacific Horticulture Society (PHS).

Be inspired by experts at an afternoon seminar, share ideas with your colleagues over dinner, and take a guided walk through one of the most famous canyons in Los Angeles. Don’t miss this year’s premiere event for designers and passionate garden lovers.

Saturday October 26, 2013  1:00pm to 5:00pm
Seminar : You’ll learn how to enhance the existing natural beauty of a site through your garden designs while using regionally appropriate plants that will thrive.

Bernard Trainor. Australian-born landscape designer Bernard Trainor uses the tools of both the naturalist and the architect to create stunning large-scale gardens that unfold over many acres. Across airy hilltops, craggy seasides, and other one-of-a-kind tracts, Trainor applies simple, understated frames to rugged natural panoramas, the better to bring them into focus.

Carol Bornstein. Director of the Nature Gardens at the Natural History Museum of Los Angles County.  Throughout her career, Carol has championed the landscape value of California’s native plants and the benefits of designing gardens in harmony with nature.

Randy Baldwin. General Manager of San Marcos Growers, Santa Barbara, California. They grow plants appropriate for a Mediterranean climate including bulbs, grasses, perennials, succulents, shrubs, and vines which are sold in retail locations across California.

Saturday October 26, 2013  5:00pm
Refreshments : Enjoy a beverage and conversation with your colleagues at this special So Cal APLD hosted cocktail hour. All attendees are invited.

Saturday October 26, 2013  6:00pm
Dinner : Savor a buffet dinner with your member colleagues and continue discussions from the afternoon seminars.
An APLD or PHS member only event.

Sunday October 27, 2013  9:00am to 12:00pm
Coldwater Canyon Park Walk :
Enjoy a guided walk through this scenic area to visualize design possibilities and plant options through the eyes of our speakers. An APLD or PHS member only event.

Saturday Seminar
$60 for APLD and PHS members
$75 for General Public

So Cal APLD hosted cocktail hour
Complementary beverages and great conversation. Open to all attendees.

APLD and PHS members only
$80 Saturday Dinner & Drinks
$45 Sunday Walk
$170 Seminar, Dinner & Walk

Location : TreePeople Conference Center     map

Information: ladistrict@apldca.org or events@pacifichorticulture.org

Hotel in the area: The Sportsman Lodge
Ask for the Regional Landscape Design 10% discount.