"Vanessa Gardner Nagel ‘s seminar on ‘Understanding Basic Design Principles’ at the 2010 Northwest Flower & Garden Show received rave reviews from the audience. Using humor and a relaxed manner, she discussed the principles of garden design
in a well-organized fashion that both beginners and more experienced gardeners could grasp. Her images reinforced the concepts perfectly. “She’s an excellent teacher, and she will likely write a good book” wrote one audience reviewer.
“She was great - have her back!” said another. She will definitely be returning as a garden show speaker next year!."
Janet Endsley, Northwest Flower and Garden Show
Attend a workshop with landscape designer and garden author, Vanessa Gardner Nagel, APLD, NCIDQ
Watch for an Outdoor Fabric workshop Summer 2013 and an Outdoor Furniture workshop Fall 2013
COMMENTS FROM PAST WORKSHOP ATTENDEES:
"Many thanks for presenting this workshop. You have a wealth of knowledge and share it so effectively. I never put down my pencil! 12 pages of notes later I have a good understanding of how a designer can begin to develop relationships with reps and suppliers. My world has expanded!"
"Great job on the workshop yesterday. I learned a ton."
"I may have already got (sic)a client interested in hiring me on to look for furniture! ...will say it was a very informative/meaty (hope you aren't a vegetarian) presentation."
"It was really one of the best workshops I have ever attended and I am gratefull for all of the work, thoughtfulness, and detail that went into your presentation. You did an outstanding job."
"My hand was aching after trying to write down all of your good information. Once again, thank you so much for a most informative afternoon, simply outstanding."
We explored the foundations of outdoor furniture and fabric selection:
3 CEU's were provided to APLD certified members
Attendees met local vendors, added new services to their businesses, and were empowered to control the entire design of their projects.
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