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David E. Benner

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Delaware Valley College

HQ Phone:  (215) 345-1500

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Delaware Valley College

700 East Butler Ave.

Doylestown, Pennsylvania,18901

United States

Company Description

Located in Doylestown, Pa., in the heart of Bucks County, Delaware Valley College is a comprehensive four-year institution of higher learning with more than 1,600 men and women enrolled full time in more than 42 academic programs, ranging from business adminis...more

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Employment History

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Affiliations

Moss Acres LLC

Co-Founder


Solebury School

Member


Environmental Advisory Council

Member


Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve

Botanical Consultant


Benner's Gardens Inc

Professor of Ornamental Horticulture and Owner and Developer


Education

Horticulture

Penn State University


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sellersvillealive.com

David Benner, former Resident Botanist for Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve and Professor of Ornamental Horticulture at Delaware Valley College, will tell how he has converted his two woodland acres into a lush, cool green oasis by growing moss with wildflowers and evergreen groundcovers.
His spectacular garden bursts into color in early May when


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David Benner is a long-time member of STHS and resident tree expert.
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David Benner, Horticulturist
David Benner is widely recognized for his pioneering work in establishing moss gardens for shady lawns. He studied horticulture at Penn State University and later taught at DelVal College for 22 years.


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David Benner,s illustrated talk highlights the beautiful rewards that mosses offer as turf and groundcover alternatives.This hot, new trend makes great sense.A luxuriant carpet of soft moss not only looks and feels wonderful , it,s a low-maintenance groundcover that is drought-resistant and pesticide-free.David also focuses on other ways to create a natural landscape by working with the environment and using native plants.Foliage Plants to Illuminate the Shade GardenDavid Benner, a retired professor of ornamental horticulture from Delaware Valley College, is a popular lecturer known for his pioneering work on the development of moss lawns to replace grass in shady areas.He has been involved in this work since the early 60s, and his own property has been featured in many magazines, newspapers and books.


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David BennerThis lecture will show how to work with the environment and the importance of using native plants.You will learn about alternatives to grass lawns and ways to create a natural landscape with practically no maintenance.All attendees receive a free copy of Gardening in the Shade by David Benner.David Benner, professor emeritus at Delaware Valley College, Doylestown, PA, is a sought-after lecturer up and down the east coast for his pioneering expertise on shade gardening.


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