Instructor: Marie Salembier

Marie Salembier
Landscape, planting and ecosystem designer, Marie Salembier thrives in creating relationships between living and non-living urban components. She has been putting her skills and knowledge in contribution to some of the most important landscape architecture projects of the decade. Her design focuses on finding the perfect planting palette for the site to promote the establishment of healthy, thriving ecosystems and year-round dialogs between textures and colors.

Marie has worked and collaborated on a range of public, commercial and residential projects situated in various climatic regions and utilizing plants from the Northeast, Midwest and Western states of North America as well as Europe, the Mediterranean regions and various zones of Asia. Marie favors the use of species endemic to a region that are pest resistant and drought tolerant, drawing together water-wise, perennial plant communities. She designs a garden to be experienced as a sensory delight that educates on the importance of bees and butterflies to flowering plants.

Classes by this instructor

This class will take place online. Registered students will receive login instructions.
Learn the fundamental principles of design in this studio-oriented course, including site analysis, schematic and finished planting plans, and various garden styles. Study the effective use more...
223HRT551O 02/07 Mo 6:00pm-8:50pm Salembier