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Creating Ecological Planting in Public Landscapes by Sowing

James Hitchmough

 

Sowing, would appear, at least superficially, to be a cunning way of creating vegetation where random distribution of species is desired. This lecture will explore James Hitchmough’s research and practice in turning sowing from a seemingly uncontrolled technique into a design tool, that can be used at all scales in public and private landscapes. Examples will be drawn from James’ practice over the past 20 years.

Friday, 31st August 2018 at 14:45 PM