A short clip from RHS Chatsworth 2017 featuring the Garden for a Changing Climate, designed by Andy Clayden and Dr. Ross Cameron. It’s no longer business as usual for the plants in our landscapes, but this need not be a reason to lament. In fact, with challenges and limitations placed on creative work, that work almost invariably gets better. Happy viewing.
Irrigation-free landscape, with mulch laid down, bee high-rises in place
We’ve laid the limestone mulch down, the bee high-rises are in place. Now we’re just waiting for the interpretive sign to be printed out and we’ll install it and away we’ll go. The on-site workshop on the irrigation-free landscape will be held on July 28 at 11:00 a.m. The project location is at 2853 42nd Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN. For more photos and info, click here.
Photo courtesy of Seneca Hill Perennials
Sponsored by the Minnesota Project, the discussion series, Centered on Sustainability, continues with a talk on landscape design techniques and strategies for creating spaces that can adapt to a changing climate. The event will be held at the Bachman’s Heritage Room in Minneapolis, on Thursday, March 17 at 6:00 p.m. RSVP here.