Visual Arts + Museums, Environment

Marguerite Smith Memorial Lecture

When: Sun., March 8, 2-3 p.m. 2015

Since the re-opening of China in the late 1970’s, Paul Meyer has visited China nine times. He has led tours to the grand imperial gardens of Beijing and the intimate scholar gardens of Suchou. He has also participated in collaborative plant exploration trips to the most remote parts of northern China. In this illustrated lecture, Paul will discuss the garden design traditions of China and how these concepts might be adapted to our gardens. Also, he will discuss the Chinese flora, and its utilization in both Chinese and American landscapes.

Tea and cookies following the event at Garden Terrace.

Price: Free for IMA Members & Horticultural Society members; $5 for Public

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