Advertisement
May 17 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

MGAA – Creating Beauty Through Texture, with Elaine Rude

When
Add to Calendar 17-05-2021 18:30 17-05-2021 20:30 America/Toronto MGAA – Creating Beauty Through Texture, with Elaine Rude

Creating texture in a garden can be a challenge for gardeners including the most experienced ones. Texture is rather an amorphous quality generating questions of: what is it really; why are some plants considered textural and not others and, how do you put plants together to create interest? While we often think of texture as…

Online - Online, Online, Alberta Master Gardeners Association of Alberta events-south@mgaab.org DD/MM/YYYY aJpZteKcUzmrvhxzDmrM23513
$ Buy
Buy Tickets
Ages
All
Contact
events-south@mgaab.org (Master Gardeners Association of Alberta)
Creating texture in a garden can be a challenge for gardeners including the most experienced ones. Texture is rather an amorphous quality generating questions of: what is it really; why are some plants considered textural and not others and, how do you put plants together to create interest? While we often think of texture as something tactile, there are a number of surprising ways to manipulate plant qualities to create depth and interest through texture. So let’s take a journey to discover what these qualities are and how to put them to best use.
Creating texture in a garden can be a challenge for gardeners including the most experienced ones. Texture is rather an amorphous quality generating questions of: what is it really; why are some plants considered textural and not others and, how do you put plants together to create interest? While we often think of texture as something tactile, there are a number of surprising ways to manipulate plant qualities to create depth and interest through texture. So let’s take a journey to discover what these qualities are and how to put them to best use.

Creating texture in a garden can be a challenge for gardeners including the most experienced ones. Texture is rather an amorphous quality generating questions of: what is it really; why are some plants considered textural and not others and, how do you put plants together to create interest? While we often think of texture as something tactile, there are a number of surprising ways to manipulate plant qualities to create depth and interest through texture. So let’s take a journey to discover what these qualities are and how to put them to best use.