Thank you for your support of Lifelong Learning in the Garden – this class has reached full capacity!
Questions? Call us at 239.643.7275 or email us at LLL@naplesgarden.org.
Spend the morning getting beautiful shots of Naples Botanical Garden’s waterlilies up close and personal with a one-of-a kind experience getting IN the water! This is a very limited class because the Garden will provide waders for the ability to get IN the water and not get wet. At registration, participants will need to give their shoe size so the appropriate waders will be available at check-in. Please wear appropriate clothing and protection for the sun and bring a change of clothes just in case.
- Saturday, March 11
- 8 – 10 am, meet at the entry to the Garden
- $35 Members / $40 Non-Members (limit 5 people)
Danny Cox, Naples Botanical Garden’s Aquatic Areas Specialist, is a young horticulture professional dedicated to increasing his knowledge of plants and working with people through education and civic engagement. Danny started his horticulture career at Naples Botanical Garden as an intern in 2010. Since 2011, Danny has served as the Garden’s primary Water Gardener, growing and maintaining the waterlilies and other aquatic plants. Danny received his B.A. in Environmental Studies from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2014. During the summer 2015, Danny completed an internship at Longwood Gardens (Kennett Square, PA) to learn new techniques from their Water Lily Curator, Tim Jennings. Currently, Danny is working with the International Water Lily and Water Gardening Society in setting up this year’s “New Water Lily of the Year Competition” and the creation of a conservancy for the Giant Water Platters (Victoria spp.).
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.