TODAY: Design your Native Landscape with Chris Pax brought to you by the Lower Shore Land Trust


Design your Native Landscape

with Chris Pax!

Tuesday, May 1 at 5:30 pm

YUM Cafe/Chesapeake East, 501 W. Main Street, Salisbury

Bring your garden plans, your design dreams, and questions about those trouble spots in your landscape and join professional landscaper Chris Pax and the Lower Shore Land Trust tomorrow evening for an interactive presentation on Native Landscape Design!

Chris will give you guidance on effectively planning and designing your native landscape while working with your existing gardens and keeping in mind all of the fabulous native perennials, shrubs, and trees that will be available at our 5th Annual Native Plant Sale & Celebration. Garden newbies and experienced horticulturalists will discover beautiful native plant combinations and the secrets behind their effectiveness, gain practical skills for selecting native plants that will survive and thrive in your particular situation, and learn some of the amazing benefits native plants have for people, wildlife, and the environment.

This event is free, and we hope you’ll bring friends!

To RSVP or for more information, call Christy at 410-641-4467.

Chris Pax is a landscape designer who specializes in planting design with native plants.  Design your native garden with Chris Pax

She completed her Master’s degree in sustainable landscape design from George Washington University, and worked several years as a Native Plant Specialist at ThorpeWood, in the Catoctin Mountains of Frederick County, MD. Currently she is a full-time designer of native plant landscapes, with clients in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and New York. She has taught classes at several community colleges as well as at Adkins Arboretum, and has served on the steering committee for the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council.