January 18th , 2015. 2PM. Toronto Botanical Garden
Anna has been a long-time member of our Society. She has a BSc. in Botany (London University), a Diploma in Nature Interpretation (Humber College) and a Diploma in Horticulture (University of Guelph). She is a nature interpreter at the Kortright Center for Conservation. Anna loves shrubs, bulbs, rock gardening, wildflowers, Japanese
effects, working with stone and experimenting with her garden’s design. Anna lectures to horticultural societies and writes for several magazines. Her subjects reflect her broad interest and passion for gardening and draw on her world-wide travel experiences and photography of wildflowers and nature.
Anna will speak to us on Japanese gardens. She will inspire us to try Japanese design principles, materials and plants in our gardens. Please join us.