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    Masterclass With Thomas Rainer, ‘Planting In A Post-Wild World’

    Join Landscape Architect, author, and teacher, Thomas Rainer, for a day exclusively focused on the tips, tricks, and design strategies to create more layered, beautiful plantings. Whether your goal is increased resiliency, lower maintenance ecological plantings, or more intensely floriferous perennial borders, the lessons of this day will equip you with a broader toolkit of planting design skills.

    The day will be split into different sessions.

    Morning Session: The Big Picture, A New Paradigm in Planting Design

    Rebuilding Abundance: A Designer’s Guide to Developing Dynamic Plant Communities

    This groundbreaking talk presents a powerful alternative to traditional horticulture—designed plantings that function like naturally-occurring plant communities. Learn how plants fit together in nature and how to use this knowledge to create landscapes that are resilient, beautiful, and diverse. As practical as it is inspiring, this talk explores a new synthesis of ecology and horticulture – resulting in an intentionally designed and managed community where population dynamics are encouraged within an aesthetic framework.

    Afternoon Designer’s Workshop

    This workshop is specifically tailored to equipping designers with the tools to create layered planting plans. Learn how to develop plant palettes that evoke the wild, categorise plants by functional relationships for quick designs, develop graphic strategies to represent layered planting on plans, and install plantings on site.

    Time: Registration from 9.15am. To be seated by 9.50am. Start: 10.00am.  Finish: 4.00pm

    Venue: Tuke Hall, Regent’s University London, Regent’s Park Campus, Inner Circle London NW1 4NS

    Cost:  Early Bird Discount: £80.00 + £5.32 online processing fee (discounted to £60.00 + £4.04 online processing fee for students with valid ID). Early bird discount available on limited number of tickets and expires on 31 May 2019 whichever is the sooner, after which £90.00 + £5.96 online processing fee (discounted to £70.00 + £4.68 online processing fee for students with valid ID*)

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