Gardening for Wildlife with Andrea Greco @ Beech Hollow In Town May 2, 2021

During this one day workshop, you will learn about how to utilize native plants that play a critical role in the life cycles of our indigenous wildlife. The workshop will be interactive, and we will discuss how to assess your current garden habitat and add features that will be both visually appealing and ecologically functional. We will also look at low impact methods of managing your landscape to sustain the habitat you have created.  This is a hands on workshop.  Bring pictures, sketches, or diagrams of your yard for discussion.  Graph paper and other materials will be available for participant use.

$50.00, May 02, 3:30-6 Workshop. Limit 15.

Professional landscape architect and certified arborist Andrea Greco is smiling in an open field filled with colorful wildflowers.

About Andrea Greco:

A realization of the critical link between plants, habitat and animal species conservation led Andrea to the University of Georgia to earn a Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture. As a practicing landscape architect and certified arborist, her career has  focused primarily on local and state park projects in the Southeast.


In her free time, Andrea is an active member of the Georgia Native Plant Society where she facilitates plant rescues and advocates for garden habitats. She has served on the Atlanta Tree Conservation Commission and is a current board member of the Georgia Urban Forest Coalition.  Her travels often involve pilgrimages to unique ecosystems and she can be seen here amongst the April wildflower blooms of the Texas Hill Country.

NOTE: This class is at our Atlanta Metro/Scottdale location.

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lavender flowers in the foreground of a shade garden

About Beech Hollow:

Native Georgia plants, their preservation and propagation, are our passion. We strive to produce high quality, locally sourced plant specimens in order to restore the Georgia Piedmont. Visit Beech Hollow and browse more than 100 species of bee and butterfly supporting native plants.


Education has always been a part of our mission. In Spring 2018 we are offering a series of educational talks and activities about native bees, butterfly gardening, and gardening with native plants.  Through the year we also offer a variety of hands on activities that range from mason bee house building to nature journal writing and three different types of art based nature journaling either in Beech Hollow’s forests or in our very large flowerbeds.

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