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The Garden Came First: Rancho Cistus, Sauvie Island, OR

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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 150
Teacher: Sean Hogan

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The Garden Came First: Sean Hogan


Plantsman extraordinaire Sean Hogan has nurtured a thriving horticulture community in the Pacific Northwest, altering that region's perspective about plants, as well as long-held ideas across the U.S. and Europe. Hogan's former home-a "garden with house attached" squeezed onto a Portland city lot-was celebrated as both a social hub and a lush, exuberant "plant lab" featuring tropical imports alongside drought-resistant natives. Rancho Cistus, his new five-acre property on Sauvie Island, is a showcase of right-plant, right-place gardening located adjacent to Hogan's Cistus Nursery-a "retail micro-nursery" and "refuge for hort-heads and plant nerds"-known worldwide for its unique collections and its advocacy for rare and underused plants.

Sean Hogan is an acclaimed, plantsman, collector, and designer specializing in flora ranging from California to South Africa. Curator of Portland's Lan Su Chinese Garden, Hogan was former Director of Collections for Portland's Hoyt Arboretum and a curator at the UC Berkeley Botanical Garden. Author of Flora: A Gardener's Encyclopedia and Trees for All Seasons: Broadleaf Evergreens for Temperate Climates, Hogan has contributed extensively to Apple Park in Cupertino, California, and designed public and private gardens on the West Coast and beyond.


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Cancellations made 3 or more days in advance will receive a full credit for a rescheduled date with this provider   

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