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Professional Training Series: Color Theory in Landscape Design

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Now - April 13, 2013

General $95
Member $75

Saturday | 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.


This is an advanced class part of the Desert Botanical Garden’s Professional Training Series and is targeted to commercial landscapers, landscape architects, Desert Landscape School graduates, tree workers, arborists, and other green-industry professionals.

Instructor

  • Brian Kissinger, DBG Director of Horticulture and Kenny Zelov, DBG Assistant Director of Horticulture


Description

Learn with award-winning designers—Brian Kissinger, Director of Horticulture and Kenny Zelov, Assistant Director of Horticulture of the Desert Botanical Garden—how to best combine colors when designing desert landscapes. Color is an impactful design element and often used to draw attention and direct the human eye. In the workshop, we will explore how color relates to the landscape and how to successfully use desert plants and hardscapes to add inspirational color combinations that will impress your clients.

  • Class enrollment limit: 30

 

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