Rebecca Sweet

Transform Your Garden Design

Rebecca Sweet
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4 Lessons
1  hrs 15  mins

Transform your garden without the expensive professional overhaul! Join landscape designer and author Rebecca Sweet as she shares essential techniques for reviving your garden design. First, Rebecca will teach you how to begin your garden transformation by editing your garden and breaking down key elements using photos. Then, find out how to create echoes in your space to add a sense of continuity using color, texture and form. Begin with the simplest element, color, before exploring the unexpected and touchable textures that the plant world has to offer. Finally, learn about shape and form and how to incorporate this subtle element into your garden design. By the end of this class, you will have identified gardening mistakes and learned how to correct them with easy-to-understand and easy-to-implement solutions.

Rebecca Sweet

Rebecca Sweet is a landscape designer, author and owner of the design firm Harmony in the Garden. Her work can often be found on the pages of magazines such as Sunset, Fine Gardening and Country Living. She has made guest appearances on television and radio series including Growing a Greener World and Martha Stewart Living, authored Refresh Your Garden Design with Color, Texture & Form and co-authored the national best-selling book Garden Up! Smart Vertical Gardening for Small and Large Spaces.

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4 Responses to “Transform Your Garden Design”

  1. Julie Sparkes

    hi loved this class. how do you make a very natural woodland garden have different hieght and structure from the firns?

  2. Alexis Pearce

    This has been such a wonderful, helpful class!!! I can’t wait to implement all your tips!


    Hi. I live in Raleigh, NC which I think is zone 7. I have a large front area (almost an acre) that I would like to make most of it into a garden. There is a huge deer population that eats most everything but I have bees so would like something colorful with easy maintance that is bee friendly but deer resistant. & drought tolerant. Any suggestions?


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