Duncan Brine joins Julie Moir Messervy and Douglas Justice as a judge and lecturer for the 2014 Northwest Flower & Garden Show, in Seattle, Washington. Former judges include James van Sweden, Wolfgang Oehme, Piet Oudolf, Laurie Olin, Panyoti Kelaidis, and Michael Pollan.
On Wednesday, February 2 at 1:30 pm Duncan Brine will present “Naturalistic Landscape Design: Breaking Rules on Principle”.
Julie Moir Messervy is the principal of Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio in Saxtons River, VT. In 1999 she completed the award-winning Toronto Music Garden, collaborating with renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and the City of Toronto, to create a three-acre public park based on music by J.S. Bach. Messervy’s award-winning books include Home Outside, Outside the Not So Big House, and Contemplative Gardens. Messervy is the recipient of many awards, including the APLD 2006 Award of Distinction.
Along with duties as the Associate Director and Curator of Collections at UBC Botanical Garden, Douglas Justice teaches in both the Applied Biology and Masters of Landscape Architecture programs at UBC and is involved with public and industry extension. A former nursery manager, gardener and horticulture instructor, Douglas holds a Bachelor’s degree in horticulture and a Master’s in botany. He is an active member of a number of local, national and international plant and garden organizations and is currently writing a book on trees for the Vancouver area.
Since 1989 gardening enthusiasts have been flocking to this annual celebration which includes an acre of Show Gardens created by the most respected garden designers and landscapers of the region and a marketplace with over 300 exhibitors. The show is also renowned for offering the largest roster of free horticulture seminars of any garden show in the world.
February 5-9, 2014