11th Annual Winter Lecture Series
New York Botanical Garden
February 17, 2011
photographer, naturalist, and teacher.
Is it possible to do all that, know all that…I went to find out.
And it is possible to be particularly engaging and modest at the same time.
1. a plant with medicinal value
3. a plant that adorns the landscape
4. a plant that can be used as a tool for restortion
6. a plant that is part of food web
7. a plant to is a structural component in a plant community
Burrell traced the evolution of native plant movement/revival.
The call to arms: think globally, act locally.
The bumper sticker on his car: DARWIN LOVES YOU.
So am I.
C.Colston Burrell is a garden designer, award-winning author, photographer, naturalist, and teacher. He is a lecturer in the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of Virginia and principal of Native Landscape Design and Restoration. He is the author of many gardening books adn has twice won the American Horticulture Society book award (in 2007 for Hellebores: A Comprehensive Guide and in 1998 for A Gardener’s Encyclopedia of Wildflowers). He is contributing editor for Horticulture and frequently write for Landscape Architecture and American Gardener.