Color excites us more than any design element in the garden because it speaks emotionally to us.
In this episode we will dissect and learn how color speaks to us in our garden.
She teaches a multitude of horticulture classes including: Woody and Herbaceous Plant Identification, Landscape Design, Sustainable Landscaping, Plant Health Management, Landscape Construction, and Ecology, to name a few.
Twice awarded the OSU Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching,
the Perennial Plant Association Teaching Award
the American Horticulture Society Teaching Award,
Perennial Plant Association Service Award,
a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Ohio Landscape Association
and Professor of the Year from Instructure.
She travels extensively around the country speaking on a variety of topics ranging from taxonomy and nomenclature to shade gardens, design, color, and specialty gardens and plants.
At home she gardens on her tenth of an acre with her hubby, four dogs, 100 pink plastic flamingos and counts her 300+ species of perennials as dear friends.