ALL SEMINARS ARE FREE with your ticket. DIG IN and turn your garden dreams into reality!
Cynthia Bee is a professional landscape designer, garden communicator, wife, mother and lover of all things design. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture and has worked on projects at all scales in both the Salt Lake City, Utah and Portland, Oregon metro areas. Her true love is residential design. Cynthia has designed everything from multi-million dollar estates to the postage stamp front yard of a mobile home. Now she employs her talents teaching homeowners simple ways to create a landscape they’ll love—on any budget. Cynthia is the Outreach Coordinator for the Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District in Utah. She regularly speaks at home and garden shows, industry organizations, water conservation districts and bloggers conferences in Utah. She is the founder and creator of the Jordan Valley Garden Club (now the Utah Home and Garden Club) which grew to 1200 members in just 2 years. Her designs have received the Best in Show at the Salt Lake Parade of Homes and the Salt Lake Tribune Spring Home & Garden Show. She is also a regular garden columnist for the Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News.
Landscapes should ideally be created to function within the region they are located in. The design process is the same no matter where the landscape is located, but the materials and plants change based on location. Designer Cynthia Bee shares her simple 5-step process that you can implement which simplifies the design while still ensuring a beautiful and functional landscape. You can even sketch your own landscape design during the seminar!
Saturday, Feb 25 at 3:00 pm / Hood Room
More than just a quality landscape, homes with curb appeal stand out from the crowd. You’ll learn which projects provide the greatest bang for your buck and get great ideas to up the curb appeal of your current home—on any budget. The right projects, products and process ensure that your greatest investment continues to be an asset.
Sunday, Feb 26 at 11:45 am / Rainier Room