CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs)
Florida DBPR Board of Landscape Architecture 2 optional CEs when completed with part 1, course #0013831
ISA Certified Arborist
FNGLA Certified Professional
Hear about native plants that can be shaped by an expert panel of native plant professionals with experience in the field. This panel is moderated by Janine Griffiths with panelists Eryk Jadazewski, Elizabeth Beans, Isabel Soto and Rebeca Siplak, amd will focus on native plants that can be pruned and shaped into more manicured, clean looking shrubs and trees for more formal landscapes. The following questions will be discussed as they pertain to the 12 native plants listed below – some of which are commonly used in landscapes, some are new or not used as much as they could be.
What plant characteristics and natural habits lend themselves to be good candidates for being shaped?
What do each of these plants need to be happily shaped on a regular basis?
What are the best techniques, tools, and times to clip, trim, shear, and hedge each of these plants?
What plants should not be sheared, hedged, or over pruned? and why?
The panel will include Eryk Jadaszewski, Elizabeth Beans, Isabel Soto and Rebeca Siplak.
Moderated by Janine Griffiths
Native Plant List
Chyrsobalanus iacoca – Cocoplum
Coccoloba diversifolia – Pigeon Plum
Coccoloba uvifera – Sea Grape
Conocarpus erectus – Green Buttonwood
Conocarpus erectus var. sericeus – Silver Buttonwood
Ernodia littoralis – Beach Creeper
Foresteria segregata – Florida Privet
Ilex cassine – Dahoon Holly
Ilex vomittoria – ‘Nana’ or ‘Mrs. Schiller’s Dwarf’
Myricanthes fragrans – Simpson Stopper
Psychotria ligustrifolia – Bahama Wild Coffee
Quadrella jamaicensis – Jamaican Caper
Savia bahamensis – Maiden Bush
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