ON DEMAND RECORDING: The Making of a Meadow
If you missed our virtual symposium, you can now register to watch recording. After you purchase a ticket, you will download a document containing the private link to the symposium recording on YouTube.
Timothy Tilghman, Larry Weaner, Graham Glauber, and Cathy Ludden explored the issues and challenges of creating a meadow. The image of the beautiful, naturalistic meadow belies the substantial planning and design necessary to create it. Timothy interviewed the experts to get ideas and advice for the new meadow at Untermyer Gardens, which is currently on the drawing board. This is an excellent chance to learn how to introduce a meadow into your own landscapes large and small. Video will be available for registrants to view for one month.
Timothy Tilghman leads the Untermyer Gardens Conservancy's ambitious restoration effort. Head Gardener at Untermyer Gardens since June 2011, he has more than 25 years of horticultural experience, with 19 years devoted to public horticulture.
Larry Weaner has been creating native landscapes since 1982 combining expertise in horticulture, environmental science, and the traditions of garden design. He founded Larry Weaner Landscape Associates, a nationally-recognized firm providing landscape design and restoration services for private residences, businesses, and public facilities in over 20 states and the U.K.
Graham Glauber currently serves as the Estate Manager overseeing all horticulture operations at AP Farm in Cross River, New York. There, he has helped to develop, implement and maintain many acres of meadows over the last seven years.
Cathy Ludden is a member and past-President of the Board of Directors of the Greenburgh Nature Center, where she has led initiatives to add native plant gardens, including a 2-acre meadow, to that 33-acre preserve in Southern Westchester County, New York. She is now a frequent speaker on native plants of the Northeastern US and has been consulting, designing, and planting pollinator gardens and meadows for the past decade.
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