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Colorado Gardener Calendar

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​EMAIL COLORADO GARDENING EVENTS TO COGARDENER@GMAIL.COM

CLASSES, PRESENTATIONS

CONFERENCES & EVENTS

CSU Extension Free Online Gardening Webinars

Wednesdays 12-1. Register at CSUhort.blogspot.com
March 13: Waterwise Updates for Lawns & Landscapes
April 10: Clover Lawns & Organic Lawn Care
Also available on the website, recorded gardening webinars from 2022 & 2023.

Bath Garden Center

1200 East Prospect Rd, Fort Collins, Info: 970-484-5022, BathGardenCenter.com

Mar 2

10-11, Composting

Mar 9

Half hour timeslots from 9 am to 3 pm, Mini Landscape Consultations, $50

Mar 16

10-11, Spring Pruning & Fertilizing

Mar 23

1-2, Irrigation 101

 

 

Flower Bin Garden Center in Longmont, Colorado
Feb 24-March 3
Colorado Garden & Home Show

Colorado Convention Center, Denver
Wee
kends: Sat, 10-6; Sun, 10-5, Weekdays 12-6
Find inspiration with the latest idea
s & trends in landscaping, gardening & home improvement. Tix $8-10. info at coloradogardenfoundation.org, 303-932-8100.

Sat, March 2
High Plains Landscape Symposium

The Lincoln Center, 802 Drake Rd, Fort Collins 80526
Keynote Speakers, Cynthis Bee & Panayoti Kelaidis. Hosted by The Gardens on Spring Creek in partnership with t
he City of Fort Collins Utilities & CSU Extension. Ticket info & registration link coming soon info at fcgov.com/gardens/high-plains-workshop, 970-416-2486.

Streptocarpus Sale at Tagawa Gardens w/ Rocky Mt Strep Society

10-2, Tagawa Gardens, 7711 S. Parker Rd., Centennial; 303-690-4722.  TagawaGardens.com

Denver Botanic Gardens 

1007 York St, Denver
See botanicgardens.org/calendar for their many class listings, registration information & fees.

Sat, Mar 2

9:30-12:30, Constitutions and Energetic Herbalism 101

Tue, Mar 5

4:30-7 pm, Rocky Mt Horticulture  1 - ONLINE

Denver Urban Gardens  1031 33rd St, Denver, dug.org, 303-292-990

Youth & Adult Education programs, Permaculture Design

Echters Garden Center

52nd & Garrison, Arvada  303 424-7979, www.echters.com

Learn from the Experts in March

Sat, Mar 2

10-11, Starting a Lawn from Seed

1-2, Starting Plants from Seed

3-4, Secret Life of Soil

Sun, Mar 3

11-12, Veggie Gardening 101

2-3, Pruning Trees & Shrubs

Sat, Mar 9

10-11, Growing Dahlias

1-2, This Herb's for you

3-4, Early Spring Punch List

Sun, Mar 10

10-11, Orchids, Easier than you Think

1-2, Turf Maintence thru the Year

3-4, Is Beekeeping Right for You?

Sun, Mar 17

11-12,  Good Bugs Save the Day

2-3, Native or Not?

 

The Gardens on Spring Creek

2145 Centre Ave, Fort Collins
Check fcgov.com/gardens/adult-classes or 970-416-2486 for more info & to register; all classes on Saturdays, unless otherwise noted.

Mar 9

10-noon, Gardening with Conifers

1-3, Embodied Climate Action: Love Letters to Earth

 

Jared's Nursery

10500 W Bowles Ave, Littleton

303 979-6022, jaredsgarden.com

Sat, Mar 2

11 am, Seed Starting

2-3, Water Features in the Landscape

Sun, Mar 3

2-3, Seed Starting

Sat, Mar 10

11-12 & 2-3, Orchids and Houseplants

Sun, Mar 10

2-3, Orchids and Houseplants

Pine Lane Nursery

718200 Apache Dr, Parker; 303-841-3009,  pinelanenursery.com

Sat, Mar 6

1 pm, Kokedama Workshop: Succulent Edition.  Register soon!

Tagawa Gardens

7711 S. Parker Rd., Centennial; 303-690-4722
Classes are free, no registration required. Details at TagawaGardens.com. Sign up for the newsletter for info about other classes & special events.

Sat, Mar 2

10:30-noon, Peppers & Tomatoes: Growers Guide to Bountiful Harvests

Sat, Mar 9

10:30-11:30, Ready, Set, Grow: Getting the Garden Ready for Spring

12:30-1:30, Cold Crops: What to grow before the heat is on

 

Sat, March 16 
DurangoScape

Presented by Durango Botanic Gardens
Envisioning a new DurangoScape: the issues and potential around native plants.

Details & registration info: durangobotanicgardens.org/Events/

Sun, March 17

"Out of Africa", half-day star-studded symposium with 3 of the leading authorities on South African plants

1-4 pm, Sturm Auditorium & Mitchell Hall at Denver Botanic Gardens, York St. Presented by Rocky Mt Chapter of N. American Rock Garden Society & Colorado Cactus & Succulent Society.

Adam Harrower, "Living on the Edge", a new vertical crevice garden at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Karel du Troit on "Cops, Robbers & Other Wild Flowers". (Karel has arrested dozens of poachers and confiscated over a million stolen plants.) Steve Brack, founder of Mesa Gardens in NM, the premier source of cactus & succulent seed for 50 years.  Register at botanicgardens.org. $12. Free for RMCNARGS & CCSS members.

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