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Join us for this free program presented by The Herb Society of America, Rocky Mountain Unit! "Roses: Preparing for Winter!" by Dave Ingram Did you know that roses are great perennials for our area? Dave Ingram of the Denver Rose Society will share the best varieties for the Front Range and how to provide some special TLC as winter approaches. Full of photos and growing tips, this should be a fun program! Dave Ingram has been growing roses for 20 years. He's a Master Rosarian for the America Rose Society and a Colorado Master Gardener. A roundtable discussion on rosehips will follow. Share and learn all about rosehips, which are generally harvested right about now, and used for food, medicine and crafting. If you like, bring samples of rosehips from your garden along with recipes and other anecdotal uses! Snacks & beverages at 9:30 AM, program begins at 10 AM. Free & open to the public!
It's that time of the year again for elderberries!!! Elderberry syrup is absolutely delicious and has the bonus feature of being effective against 10+ strains of the flu! During this class, learn about the health benefits of elderberry and realizing that it will be your best friend in the winter months. We will also sample elderberry in various forms, craft your own elderberry remedy to take home and discover why elderberry is the best remedy for the flu season. And we will have chocolate :) Cash or CC. Please register ahead of time online or email me at [masked] to reserve your spot. https://bridgetsbotanicalworld.com/product/health-benefits-of-chai-tea/ Parking is available in the lot between 25th and 26th on Grove Street behind People House, or in front. See you there! If you get lost or have questions please reach out to me at[masked] -Bridget
Lisa Mason, Horticulture Agent, Colorado State University Extension in Arapahoe County will talk about pollinator biology including native bees, beginner identification of native bees, how to develop pollinator habitat, the facts on stinging insects and what we can do to support our pollinators locally. She will also talk about Native Bee Watch, a CSU Extension citizen science program including the latest research. Lisa has been the Horticulture Agent in Arapahoe County for Colorado State University Extension since 2018. She has a Master’s Degree in Entomology from Colorado State University (CSU). Her research focused on using citizen science to monitor native bees in urban areas. She started a citizen science program in Fort Collins called Native Bee Watch, which is growing in the Denver Metro area. She also has a Bachelor’s Degree from CSU double majoring in forestry and theatre. Park for free in lot. Enter on Madison. Gate opens automatically Daniels Fund is located in a residential neighborhood. Therefore, guests are asked to be considerate of neighbors by parking in our guest parking lot and not on residential streets. The parking lot is located at First Avenue and Madison Street, immediately to the west of our building. Enter from Madison Street. Parking is complimentary. The gate will open automatically upon entry or exit, and no code is needed. Accessible parking is available in the underground parking garage upon request. To request access, please notify us prior to your meeting. Bike parking is located at the southeast corner of our guest lot.
Happy New Year All. Building Soil is an important first step to growing a garden...while each of us has different space, skills and styles of gardening...others are just coming into the practice or dare I say the experiment of growing a garden. So whether a person or family has a garden, is planning one or expanding one...I thought it would be interesting to go and see what is available as "commercial compost". I've spoken with 2 local companies in the Boulder County area, Eco-Cycle and Western Disposal...both have offered to do group tours. I've also contacted A-1 Organics, but not heard back from them yet. Hoping that we can pick a weekend early in March for this...please share your feedback and interest. By visiting and questioning the methods of others...we can still learn and discover what we will to help us determine how best to compost on our own.