January 8, 2019, 7:00 P.M.
This Month's Event
Plants for Sensory Stimulation
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Horticultural Society of South Jersey
Typically, we only focus on the sense of sight when designing a garden. However, in order to make a garden as "complete" of an experience as possible, elements that stimulate the remaining four senses need to be incorporated. Plants for Sensory Stimulation looks at a number of those plants that impact the senses beyond sight and how best they can be incorporated into the garden!
A longtime proponent of unusual and fun plants, Bruce Crawford is the Director of Rutgers Gardens, the botanical garden for Rutgers University, and is an adjunct professor in Landscape Architecture at Rutgers University. A graduate of Bucknell University, Bruce also lectures frequently and has yet to find a plant that he does not like!