Lecture Series: Cocktails & Conversation with Richard Hartlage
Contemporary Planting Design in Landscape Architecture
Featuring Richard Hartlage
Landscape Design Guru
Join us Thursday, March 8th for this incredible Bloedel Reserve Lecture Series event with Richard Hartlage, Principal & CEO at Land Morphology. You will sip clever craft cocktails and nibble on delightful snacks in the stunning Bloedel Residence in this rare opportunity to listen, learn and ask questions from this landscape design guru!
WHEN: Thursday, March 8 at 4pm
WHERE: Bloedel Residence
TICKETS: $25/member, $40/non-member (cocktails, light bites and admission to Bloedel is included)**
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**Please note that you must be 21 years of age or older to attend this event
About Richard Hartlage
Richard Hartlage is the founding principal and CEO of Land Morphology. His award-winning, innovative designs are renowned as emotive, immersive spaces that incorporate sophisticated horticulture, artful detailing, and historical knowledge that heighten the human experience of the natural world. His passion for horticulture, cultivated over 15 years working in public gardens and estates, is applied to each design from the conceptual phase through development of maintenance protocol and beyond.
Richard’s diverse span of work includes the New Herb and Vegetable Garden at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the first new garden built in twenty years at this institution, Chihuly Gardens and Glass, the Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens, In Situ Estate, Mountsier Estate, the Century 21 Master Plan for the Seattle Center, Leach Botanical Garden master plan, and the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden. His designs have been featured in the New York Times, Architectural Digest, Metropolitan Home, At Home, Connecticut Home and Garden, Gray, Luxe, Fine Gardening, Horticulture, Traditional Home, Pacific Horticulture, Garden Design, and The Seattle Times, in addition to other publications in the United States, Japan, and Europe.
Richard has given over 350 lectures worldwide, has written over 80 articles on gardening and landscape design for national and international publications, and serves on many advisory committees and design juries. He has contributed to six books on horticulture and landscape architecture, including The Authentic Garden: Naturalistic& Contemporary Planting design in Landscape Architecture, a Field Guide to Chihuly Gardens and Glass, Bold Visions for the Garden, Coleus, Pots, and Plant Life. He is currently working on his next book, which is about sustainable strategies in estates and residential gardens.