Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM CST
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Bethany Jordan 
Peckerwood Garden Conservation Foundation 

Tex-Mex in the Northwest – The New Frontier for Adaptable Garden Plants

January 2019 Peckerwood Garden Lecture: Tour at 10 am, Lecture at 11:30 am

Sean Hogan: Owner, Cistus Nursery and Design, Portland, OR

Come join Sean in exploring how various plants native to Texas, northern Mexico, and adjacent regions of the southwestern US have proven surprisingly adaptable in the gardens of the Pacific Northwest. Sean will discuss his adventures collecting plants in these regions, including his trip to Mexico with Peckerwood founder John Fairey and Yucca Do’s Carl Schoenfeld.

Sean Hogan is renowned in horticultural circles as the owner of Cistus Nursery near Portland, OR, a premier mail-order source of unusual collector plants, many from his frequent collecting expeditions in the Pacific Northwest and southwestern regions of the US as well as various international locations.  His design and consultation firm has created some outstanding private and city landscapes utilizing his distinctive style and plant palate.  He formerly curated some of the amazing plant collections at U.C. Berkeley Botanical Garden. He is also author of “Trees for all Seasons: Broadleaf Evergreens for Temperate Climates” published by Timber Press in 2008. 

Lecture free

Tour $10


Peckerwood Garden 
20559 FM 359 Road
Hempstead, TX 77445

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