Join Denver Garden Designs on September 9th at Bear Valley Branch Library in Denver to learn how to design your own low-water yard and garden!
This 2.5-hour interactive workshop will teach you the basics of garden design, with a focus on low-water plants that are native or adapted to the Colorado climate. We will discuss the different elements of garden design (such as color, texture, and form) and how to use these elements to create a beautiful, diverse, and functional garden. Learn about specific plants that will thrive in this region and how to choose the right plants for your yard.
Throughout the workshop, we will have interactive exercises to help you apply what you are learning and allow you to start working on your own garden design based on your specific needs and wants. To make the most of your time, we recommend you come with ideas for your space, including colors you like and types of plants you might want to use (trees, shrubs, flowers, etc.). Get ready to be inspired, ask questions, and create a landscape you truly love.
The workshop is open to everyone, regardless of gardening experience, but will be catered towards those at the start of their growing education or those who are new to native/adapted plants.
Our Low-Water Garden Design 101 workshop will cover the following topics:
- The importance of using low-water, native plants in the home landscape
- How to choose the right plants for your yard and where to get them
- The basics of garden design
- Hands-on garden planning and design
The workshop will be held on Saturday, September 9th from 1 to 3:30 PM at the Large Community Room at Bear Valley Branch Library in Denver, CO. The cost of the workshop is $99. Registration is required to attend and class size is limited. Email [email protected] with any questions.