The Emily N. Daniels Horticulture Symposium: Smaller Garden – Bigger Impact
In today’s gardening world, less can definitely be more. The IMA’s day-long horticulture symposium will bring together regional and national experts to discuss the challenges and joys of gardening in smaller spaces. Suitable for the novice gardener as well as the professional designer, topics will include: plant selection ranging from moderately-sized woodies to abundantly prolific fruits and vegetables, intriguing perennials to liven up any garden or patio, and special design considerations for these new spaces. A wide selection of relevant gardening books will be available for purchase, as well as ample opportunity for one-on-one conversation with the speakers and IMA Horticulture staff. Luncheon and refreshments will be provided.
C. Colston Burrell: Native Landscape Design and Restoration - Intimate Gardens: Comfortable Spaces for Outdoor Living and Ferns: Wild Things Make a Comeback.
Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp: Owner of "Write for You," garden coach and landscape consultant - Concentrated Gardening: Just Add Fun.
Lee Reich: PhD, Horticultural Consultant and writer, LeeReich.com - Multi-Dimensional Vegetable Gardening.
Vincent Simeone: Director of Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park - Select Trees and Shrubs for the Compact Residential Landscape.
Organized by the IMA’s Division of Environmental & Historic Preservation with additional support from the IMA Horticultural Society.
If you would like to mail a check, please make it out to the Indianapolis Museum of Art and write "Horticulture Symposium" in the memo line. Mail to:
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Attention: Visitor Services
4000 Michigan Road
Indianapolis, IN 46208