Landscape and Gardening
Home Landscape Design Basics I (Core)
Now - March 27, 2013
Wednesdays | March 13, 20 & 27 | 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
- Jack Gilcrest
The Home Landscape Design series covers the basics of designing residential landscapes that are attractive, comfortable, functional, sustainable and appropriate for the Sonoran Desert. The instructor will walk participants through each phase of design and assign exercises relating to each phase, from programming through concept design. Class participants can use their own gardens for these exercises, whether they are creating a new landscape or renovating an existing one. Basics I will cover basic design processes and principles. Contemporary design philosophies, such as xeriscape, permaculture, sustainability and regenerative design, will be discussed. Home Landscape Design Basics I is a prerequisite class to the Home Landscape Design Basics II class. Click here for information or to register for Session II.
- Class enrollment limit: 25