2017 / Southern California Japanese Garden Workshop & Garden Tour, Jan. 14, 15

Clockwise from top left: Japanese garden at Descanso, Japanese House and garden at the Huntington, Storrier-Stearns Japanese Garden, SuiHoen at Tillman Water Reclamation Plant.

Clockwise from top left: Japanese garden at Descanso, Japanese House and garden at the Huntington, Storrier-Stearns Japanese Garden, SuiHoen at Tillman Water Reclamation Plant.

The North American Japanese Garden Association
organizes
Southern California Workshop & Garden Tour
January 14 and 15, 2017

Day 1 – Jan. 14, Saturday, 9AM to 4:30PM
Presentation, workshop & Garden tour

“Sharing Culture, Creating Community” exhibition at the Sturt Haraga Gallery

Workshop – Black Pine Pruning, by horticulturist and ikebana master Kaz Kitajima

Lecture – Integrating Gardens & Buildings: Mid-Century Japanism in Southern California, by garden and art historian Dr, Kendall Brown

Lecture – The Human Story of Japanese Plants in California, by Naomi Hirahara, author and historian of Southern California’s Japanese – American horticultural world

Camellia Forest Walk and Tutorial, by Discanso’s horticulture director Rachel Young

Descanso Japanese Garden Tour, by Discanso’s executive director David Brown and Dr. Kendall Brown

Group Dinner at the Akuma Sake Japanese Restaurant, Glendale

Day 2 – Jan. 15, Sunday, 9AM – 4PM
Southern California Garden Tour (All tour will be guided and expert-led, to be facilitated by resident curators of each garden)

SuiHoen (Garden of Water and Fragrance) Tillman Water Reclamation Plant, Van Nuys

Stories-Stearns Japanese Garden, Pasadena

Japanese Gardens and Chinese Gardens, The Huntington, San Marino

Pruning Demonstration by Takuhiro Yamada (Hanatoyo Inc, Kyoto) at The Huntington Gardens

Presentation of Japanese House Restoration at The Huntington by Kelly McLead, KSM Architecture

www.najga.org

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