Landscape Architecture is responsible for planning, designing and managing all aspects of site and landscape improvements for new construction and renovation of existing University facilities. Our staff is involved in the preparation of master, landuse and open space plans to assist in future development strategies for our campuses.
I hope our alumni will always insist upon retention of our precious islands of green and serenity - our most precious physical asset, transcending even classrooms, libraries, and laboratories in their ability to inspire students to dream long dreams of future usefulness and achievement - dreams that are an essential part of undergraduate college experience.”
—Herman B Wells, 1962
address to alumni.
Sex in the Orchard
Saturday, November 1, 2014
Hilltop Garden & Nature Center 2367 E. 10th St. Bloomington, IN 47408
Planting for optimal pollination of fruit trees assures a good harvest. Learn how pollinizer requirements vary by species and cultivar, where to plant pollinizers, how to make alternative arrangements for pollen sources, and how to attract and nurture pollinating insects. This class provides easy strategies for managing the pollination requirements of an existing backyard orchard as well as for planning and planting a new one.