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SAT-B06 - Native to Spontaneous Flora: Developing Successful Plant Communities 
Date/Time:
November 7, 2015  
 
Total Credits:
1.50 CH  
 
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Landscape architects are working on increasingly complex sites with layered site histories and foundations. This session explores designed plant communities from eco-modeling of native communities to embracing spontaneous species. Recent works by Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects, P. Clifford Miller Landscape Artistry, and Stephen Stimson Associates will be examined.
  • Learn from a site’s story to understand how natural and cultural histories impact their developments.
  • Examine the value of native to spontaneous plant communities to address complex site conditions.
  • Review the challenges of plant establishment on virgin sites to green roofs.
  • Explore the challenges of maintenance and long term resilience of designed plant communities

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