Symposia and Seminars
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden presents symposia featuring presentations by nationally-recognized experts addressing cutting-edge topics in planning, design, and theory in the natural world. Professional credits for recertification are available for most. See individual descriptions for details.
Winter Symposium and CVNLA Short Course
February 15, 16, 17, 2017
Three days of horticultural excellence for green-industry professionals and seasoned gardeners. Friday is devoted to Pesticide Applicator Recertification.Information and Registration
Tree Care Symposium: Ensuring Best Practices
March 23, 2017
Look at how tree populations are changing and consider new approaches to adaptable species. Examine how to ensure best selection, planting, pruning, and maintenance practices, and updates on the effect of changing climates on insect outbreaks.Information and Registration
A Day of (Digital) Photography in the Garden
Nationally recognized photographers present a full day of demonstrations, workshops, and lectures for digital SLR enthusiasts.View Details and Registration Information
Making Beauty Sustainable: The Charles F. Gillette Forum on Landscape Design
Returning in 2018
Join us for this forum, where we examine connections: how, by reconnecting urban populations to the places in which they live, work and play, landscape design can revive communities. We look at how plants form connections in nature, and how those communities can be replicated in designed spaces to form engaging, durable, and beautiful landscapes.View Details and Registration Information
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