The second of four lectures in the Bonfils-Stanton Lecture Series hosted by the Denver Botanic Gardens is scheduled for Thursday, May 22nd.
Volunteers are still needed to help out at this event with a variety of tasks. If you’re interested in helping out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the support of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation and in line with the Gardens’ mission of connecting people with plants, this year’s series is designed to take you along with us through nature’s seasons as we observe and appreciate the aesthetic and edible bounties that nature is able to provide for us within a year’s time.
Join us for interactive and interesting lectures that feature a variety of speakers sure to open your eyes and your hearts to the rich variety of each season’s unique offerings. Starting with spring and moving through winter, topics will include the allure and application of plant foliage varieties to spice up your landscape, using your garden’s bounty to fill your pantry with culinary delights sure to impress everyone at your table, and successfully extending your growing season with tips from one of gardening’s beloved experts.
Completed details, along with registration links, can be found on the Denver Botanic Gardens website.