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A hands-on, fun course that
helps you design and
plant your own native fern garden.

 
 
 
I absolutely loved your course! The venue you chose was beautiful. The lessons were executed professionally & perfectly detailed information was provided! Loved the pdf’s as well...especially the fern companions & whether ferns were runners or clumpers...very helpful!
— Cheryl Brown
 

The lessons are delivered in short, easily watched videos, usually with a quick assignment at the end to support you in getting your own garden planted.


 
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Course Instructor, Christina Pax, holds a masters degree in Sustainable Landscape Design and has been designing and teaching exclusively with native plants for 15 years.

Her clients’ gardens were featured in the Garden Tour, “Celebrating Natives,” on Maryland’s Eastern Shore in 2018.

She is founder of Annapolis Native Landscape Design and is Lead Designer at the Native Landscape Design Center at Adkins Arboretum.

She trains Master Gardeners and teaches throughout the Mid Atlantic area on native plants and landscape design topics. Let her share her passion for native landscape design with you!


This course is self-paced!
You can watch it all
in one afternoon,
then go back and
review one lesson at a time,
doing the assignments
as you go.

I just cannot say enough wonderful things about this course. Love the little individual lessons with an assignment following.

It’s laid out in such an easy-to-follow format—broken into manageable chunks.

Your explanations in each video are clear and uncomplicated for even the newest gardeners!
— Stacey Wildberger, Annapolis
 


Fantastic Ferns Course
59.00
Quantity:
Purchase Fern Course
 
 

INCLUDED…

Which native ferns are host plants for moths and butterflies, and some very curious ways that ferns actually support birds.

The one bit of care that establishing ferns do need. (It isn’t much!)

Which ferns deer will leave alone.

Which ferns are best for replacing lawn on a steep, shaded slope.

What to look for in local as well as on-line sources for native ferns.

Shade-loving companion plants to provide nectar and bloom among your ferns.

Printable documents you can refer to, with information about each fern:

  • moisture requirements

  • how tall it gets

  • how fast or slowly it will spread

 

When you buy this course,
you get 12 months of access
to the course.

PLUS you will be supporting Chris in developing
more of these courses…look below at what’s
already in the pipeline!


 

Future Courses…coming soon!

 
 
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So let’s do it—let’s plant a
native fern garden at your
place! This could be the start
of many more native plants
in your landscape.

 
I’ve been through the whole course twice now, and enjoyed it (and got new ideas/inspiration) both times, so well done!

I like the music, the pacing, the mix of graphics, and the enthusiasm that really shines through.

I think the demonstration with a real project is a very useful approach. This really is a fabulous course.
— Liz Curtz, Coltons Point

Thank you!

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