Montgomery Parks and Brookside Gardens to Host Virtual Greenscapes Symposium

by MCS Staff

Early bird tickets are available through January 7, 2022.

WHEATON, Md.— Montgomery Parks and Brookside Gardens are hosting the annual Greenscapes Symposium online on Friday, February 18, 2022, from 9:15 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST.

Early bird tickets are now available online through January 7, 2022, for $45. The symposium brings together experts in the field of landscape sustainability and the environment to provide timely information and solutions to environmental challenges.

This year’s theme is “Advancing the Natural Landscape in a Modern World – Solutions for Sites and Situations.”

WHO: Montgomery Parks and Brookside Gardens is hosting its annual Greenscapes Symposium for people to learn about environmentally sustainable gardening and design practices.

WHAT: The 18th annual Greenscapes Symposium will feature live online lectures about gardening for wildlife, leveraging native plants for specific environments, and how to apply ecological principles for planting design.

WHEN:  Friday, February 18, 2022, 9:15 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

WHERE:  The symposium will be hosted online on zoom. Register here.(opens in a new tab)

This year’s presenters include Kelly Norris, author and plantsman, Janet Davis, owner of Hill House Farm & Nursery, Colston Burrell, lecturer, garden designer, and award-winning author and photographer, and Nigel Dunnett, plantsman, designer and professor of planting design and urban horticulture, department of landscape architecture, University of Sheffield.

Continuing education credits are being offered for symposium attendees from various organizations. Details are available on the symposium webpage.(opens in a new tab)


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