Date: Two-day workshop taking place on:
Thursdays 26 March and 2 April, 2020, or
Thursdays 17 and 24 September, 2020
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Location: The Goodman Building, Adelaide Botanic Garden. Entrance via Hackney Road.
Tickets: $360 per person (includes GST).
BOOK HERE for Thursdays 26 March and 2 April, 2020
BOOK HERE for Thursdays 17 and 24 September, 2020
Please note that online bookings incur a booking fee.
Payment can also be made by cash, credit card or EFTPOS by calling 08 8222 9311.
About the course:
A successful garden is more than a collection of plants. It must be designed for the climate, the soil conditions, the welfare of the local wildlife and the needs of the owners especially with regard to its surroundings or ‘sense of place’.
In this two-day course you'll learn about the foundations of landscape design and develop the skills to create a garden that feels good, performs for you, has longevity and evolves to provide you with shade, shelter, privacy and protection.
Structure: What makes a garden ‘feel’ right? What is it about a garden that elicits a sigh, makes you feel good? Long before your eyes register the scene, you sense temperature, weather, aroma, ambience, spatial integrity, shape and form.
Character: What makes a garden look good? Explore light, colour, and texture; learn how to establish a theme and the essential components of a beautiful garden space.
Personality: How do you make a garden that reflects you? It’s in the detail. Explore the components of a garden that give it a personality by adding the details.
Collaborative delivery approach
The Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium of South Australia is proud to deliver a suite of courses in collaboration with Ink Landscape Design.
Ink Landscape Design are a passionate team of award-winning professionals with unique and trans-disciplinary expertise. With experience in landscape architecture, design, education, community engagement and the arts, Ink Landscape Design works with a soft ecological footprint, offering long term solutions with minimal impact on resources and maximum benefit for all.
Presenter: Pam Gurner-Hall
Pam is a renowned plantswoman having won many awards for her landscape designs. She has been delighting her clients over a long career with detailed planting plans that evolve and adapt overtime, continuing to inspire as they age gracefully.
Pam has been an educator in horticulture and allied areas of design for 20 years, with strong industry networks.
Pam has been a proprietor of a number of horticultural businesses: Fireworks Nursery; Plant Pedlar; Hahndorf Country Garden; Pam Gurner-Hall Garden Consultation and Design. Pam holds a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture, and Diplomas in Land Design, Horticulture, Permaculture and Training and Assessment.