North American Regional Gardening Approaches
with Uli Lorimer, author and Director of Horticulture, Native Plant Trust

Friday, February 16, 2024, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
$10 AHS members/$15 non-members


Native plants are hot right now, and for good reason! Many gardeners recognize the importance of weighing aesthetics with ecological value in their horticultural practice, and they see the use of native plants as crucial to benefiting wildlife and humans alike. This talk explores the underlying concepts and approaches to using regionally appropriate native plants and how you can welcome native plants into your garden no matter where you live in North America.

UIi Lorimer is the Director of Horticulture for Native Plant Trust. He oversees the facilities and operations at Garden in the Woods and at Nasami Farm. Uli brings 20 years of experience working with native plants in public gardens with previous positions at Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Wave Hill Garden and the US National Arboretum. He is a tireless advocate for the use of native plants in designed spaces through his public speaking, writing, lectures and media appearances. Uli feels most grounded with his hands in the soil.