Wednesday, June 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m., “Landscape Makeover: Hiding the Uglies”

Presented by Pat Sullivan

Free to all at the East Library, 5550 E. Union Blvd.

Everyone has something to hide. Whether it’s wheelbarrow storage, trashcans, utility boxes, or neighbors, there is something in every garden we’d rather not see. Pat Sullivan will show you some appealing and practical solutions for getting things out of sight. Topics such as foundations, walls, fences, and play areas will be included too.

Pat has been a horticulture professional for over 30 years. A graduate in horticulture from Texas A&M, she has been a plant pathologist, field manager of vineyard and orchards, Master Gardener instructor, teacher of plant science, and landscape designer. She is currently at work developing a landscape design school.

Wednesday, Feb 10, 2010, 7:00 p.m., “Landscape Makeover: Making Small Gardens Seem Larger”

Presented by Pat Sullivan

How do you make any garden feel more expansive? What tricks and techniques can you use to visually enlarge a small garden? Pat Sullivan will show you the way. Come learn more about creating destinations in your garden, adding mystery (and not the mystery of why that plant died), and other elements of garden design used to expand and utilize even tiny gardens. Whether your garden is big or small, you will gain ideas to play with in your own outdoor living space.

Free to all at the East Library, 5550 E. Union Blvd.