$110; $90 Gardens members and Duke students/staff.
Expand your palette of plants with information from this class. Each season, this class covers another group of approximately 75 plants suitable for North Carolina gardens. Bobby Mottern, a landscape architect and director of horticulture at Duke Gardens, will teach you identification skills and design use, and how to understand the culture of each plant. The fall program focuses on plants that shine in autumn, and late- blooming perennial flowers. Each student receives a portfolio of photos showing the plants studied in each season. This 3-part workshop continues Jan. 31 & Feb. 7. Pre-registration required. Parking included. (919) 668-1707.