Ted Kipping travels worldwide
to learn more about trees as well as locating rare flora and
fauna. He provides lectures
on many topics, demonstrations, and workshops on aspects
of arboriculture, regional horticulture, regional botany and
specialty pruning subjects. These include bonsai, topiary, and
espalier. Lecture attendees can benefit from his work by applying
his research findings to horticultural design and the preservation
of local and regional properties.
Every year, he seeks to visit ecosystems new to him in order
to acquire information about how we can better grow wild plants
in our gardens. He is especially drawn to deserts, mountaintops,
and forests as these areas contain some of the most beautiful
and interesting plants. Likewise, he visits regional gardens
to learn what grows well there and which trends local garden
cultures are exploring.
Calendar of Events
Click here to see a calendar of
upcoming lectures and workshops.
You may contact Ted by clicking the Contact Ted Kipping button
below to fill out a request form, or call him at (415) 239-2420
to schedule a speaking engagement.
| Ted Kipping’s botanical
photography featured here is used in the lectures and workshops.
Click any image to enter the photo gallery.