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A Piet Oudolf Story Lecture

February 16 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

  “A Piet Oudolf Story” Summary: 

The first half of Deborah Chud’s “Piet Oudolf Story” traces her discovery of Piet Oudolf’s work, her research on his plant combinations, and her use of that research to create a garden in his style. The second half covers the historical context in which he emerged as a landscape designer and his basic principles of landscape design. Visit her Instagram, @pietgarden, to get a glimpse into her work. 

Bio: 

Deborah Chud is a retired physician who took up gardening in June of 2016.  The database resulting from her 5 years of research on Piet Oudolf’s plant combinations  constitutes the most comprehensive record of his juxtapositions across all gardens documented in his books. She recently presented her research at an international symposium (“Piet Oudolf: How Does He Do It?”) organized by Noel Kingsbury, under the aegis of gardenmasterclass.org. She is a member of the Perennial Plant Association and currently works a landscape design consultant and educator in the Boston area.  

 

 

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$10 for Mass Hort Members/$17 for General Admission

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Date:
February 16
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am
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Massachusetts Horticultural Society
Phone:
617-933-4900
Email:
education@masshort.org
Website:
www.masshort.org

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