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March 31, 2015    -    April 01, 2016
April 04, 2015
  • Healthy Soil Building--Class is Full

    39Healthy biodiversity fosters life in and above your soil.  Kyle Katsos will discuss ways to create a healthy soil structure and beneficial environment for healthier plants. Discussion will also touch on compost tea and vermiculture as an ongoing benefit to building soil & plant health.   Note: Morning Class is now full.  Space Still Available in Afternoon Class.

    Free. TWO CLASS TIMES: First Class: 10:00-11:00am (Now Full) Second Class: 1:00-2:00 Please RSVP to (719) 574-8058

  • Healthy Soil Building

    39Healthy biodiversity fosters life in and above your soil.  Kyle Katsos will discuss ways to create a healthy soil structure and beneficial environment for healthier plants. Discussion will also touch on compost tea and vermiculture as an ongoing benefit to building soil & plant health.   Note: Morning Class is now full.  Space Still Available in Afternoon Class.

    Free. TWO CLASS TIMES: First Class: 10:00-11:00am (NOW FULL). Second Class: 1:00-2:00 Please RSVP to (719) 574-8058

April 11, 2015
  • English Garden Vessels (two day class)

    tuffaclass2lrErnie Whitford offers this two-part workshop on building and planting a tuffa trough—an indestructible garden vessel that resembles ancient stone.
    Class 1: Construct your vessel  (April 11)
    Class 2: Return to plant your completed vessel using a mixture of hardy perennial plants. (April 18)

    $45 per person. Time: 9:00-10:00 on April 11 AND April 18. RSVP Required (719) 574-8058

  • Growing MONSTER Vegetables

    ella_pcojenGary Grande, President & CEO of the Rocky Mountain Giant Vegetable Growers (RMGVG) shares his passion for growing the big ones!  Coaching organically grown methods, Gary shares his secrets and struggles.  (His techniques consistently find him as one of the top 3 Colorado winners each year) 

    Free. Time: 10:00-11:30am. RSVP to (719) 574-8058

April 25, 2015
  • Earth Day Celebration

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    Kids come enjoy Phelan's Earth Day Scavenger Hunt!  Learn about plant diversity, growing and planting.   Complete this 10-minute activity and you can take home a free plant.   (Ages 4-16)

     20% off all Shrubs and Trees During Event Hours!

    Time: during normal business hours Cost: Free admission

April 26, 2015
  • Earth Day Celebration

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    Kids come enjoy Phelan's Earth Day Scavenger Hunt!  Learn about plant diversity, growing and planting.   Complete this 10-minute activity and you can take home a free plant.   (Ages 4-16)

    20% off All Shrubs And Trees During Event Hours!

     

    Time: during normal business hours Cost: Free admission

April 30, 2015
  • Small Space Gardening

    morningglorylr_pcojenJoin Andrew Cronk  & Terri Skiba to see how the petite areas of your yard can come to life with proper planting strategies.  Small spaces may include an entryway, mailbox, or a nook within an outdoor living space. This class helps embrace small areas with vertical strategies for seasonal impact.

    Free. Time: 6:30-7:30 pm. RSVP to (719) 574-8058

May 06, 2015
  • Fruits for the Front Range

    fruitmixed_pcojenMonica Phelan offers Colorado-specific advice for successfully growing delicious fruit!  This class will address the many possibilities, including location and strategies for the greatest yields.

    Free. Time: 6:30-7:30pm RSVP to (719) 574-8058.

May 14, 2015
  • Perennial Garden Design

    perennialcombo_pcojenPerhaps one of the trickiest to design, flowering perennial gardens--if done well-- are a huge asset to an overall landscape design.  Because of their varied bloom times, textures, and contrasting leaf color, design must be thoughtful.  Let us help you understand the strategies for designing a sustainable, beautiful perennial garden.  

    Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm Cost: Free. RSVP to (719) 574-8058

May 21, 2015
  • Outdoor Cacti & Succulents

    chollapinkflowered_pcojenDo you find beauty in the stark simplicity of dryland plants? We are excited to host local cacti & succulent expert, Leo Chance, as he shares his 35+ year knowledge base of hardy outdoor succulents & cacti. Leo will offer information regarding ideal growing needs, local finds, and types that do well in our area.

    More about Mr. Leo Chance: With encouragement from Steven Brack, Steve Hammer, and Panayoti Kelaidis, the senior curator of the Denver Botanic Gardens, he has found an abundance of succulent species that are capable of adapting to cold climates. He has researched cold hardiness of these plants for over 35 years. Mr. Chance has worked in the local nursery trade, as a local gardener specializing in dry gardens, is a national speaker, and also wrote a 2006 book on cold hardy cacti & succulents.

    $10 per person. Time: 6:30-8pm. RSVP Required to (719) 574-8058




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