Friday, October 2
A garden without grasses is like a face without eyebrows. They provide the texture, movement, and drama that gives a place its personality and expressiveness. Bill Cullina, prolific author and the F. Otto Haas Executive Director of the Morris Arboretum, profiles many wondrous native grasses, sedges, and rushes to enliven and enrich both sunny and shady sites.
About the Instructor:
Bill Cullina is the F. Otto Haas Executive Director of the Morris Arboretum. He is a well-known author, lecturer, and authority on North American native plants. His books include Wildflowers; Native Trees, Shrubs, and Vines; Native Ferns, Mosses, and Grasses; and Understanding Perennials.