Mondays, November 22, November 29, December 6 and December 13 | This series of four class sessions is designed for students who work in landscape, ecology, and horticulture positions, or those who are land stewards with a strong background in gardening, landscaping, or land-management.
The forest edge plays a significant role in ecological landscapes, both for wildlife habitat and landscape design aesthetics. In this webinar, Andy Brand and Irene Barber will discuss how and what to use to establish attractive forest edges. This “edge” concept can be very useful in urban landscapes, attracting and hosting birds and pollinators year-round. Talking points include selecting species for a variety of landscape conditions, hospitable plants for bird species, woody plants for year-round appeal, and what plants grow well together.