Pat Sutton’s Landscape Design with Wildlife in Mind
In this property-owner workshop, Sutton will emphasize designs that work with nature, not at odds with nature. Choosing the right plant for the right spot (and the right site for different elements of a wildlife habitat) is key. The program will showcase multi-dimensional, diverse, layered and interesting-to-the-eye natural landscapes that benefit wildlife, emphasizing to “let nature be the guide.” Typical landscaping (lawn and uniform park-like plantings) pales in comparison. This program is geared toward adults.
Pat Sutton lives near Cape May, N.J., and has keenly studied the natural world for over 30 years. She is a freelance writer, photographer, naturalist, educator, lecturer, tour leader and wildlife garden consultant. Pat is a passionate wildlife gardener and advocate for butterflies, moths, bees (all pollinators), birds, dragonflies, frogs, toad, and other critters. Pat has taught gardening for wildlife workshops and led tours of private wildlife garden. Sutton’s own wildlife garden is a “teaching garden” featured in many programs, workshops and garden tours.
Advanced registration is required by September 14.
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