OHNY Talk: Landscapes in Context: The High Line's Horticulture

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Saturday, October 10, 2009 - 4:30am

OHNY Talk: Landscapes in Context: The High Line's Horticulture

Friends of the High Line Vice President of Horticulture and Park Operations discusses the High Line's horticulture within the context of the larger urban setting in this free public lecture, part of Open House New York weekend.

OHNY talks on the High Line are first come first served, RSVP's are not being collected for these events. OHNY talks will take place on the West side of the 14th Street passage on the High Line, just south of the 14th Street stair. Guests will be admitted until program is full.

Patrick Cullina currently serves as Vice-President of Horticulture and Operations for Friends of the High Line. Previously, he was Vice President of Horticulture, Operations and Science Research at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. A popular lecturer, photographer and plantsman, he has served as a horticultural adviser to a wide range of municipal, commercial and private projects. His work in public horticulture has been recognized by a number of organizations and institutions including the Garden Club of New Jersey/National Garden Clubs Inc. who presented him with their Distinguished Service Award in 2003 and their Gold Medal in 2005.

This lecture is part of our participation in the annual Open House New York weekend.