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Landscaping with Colorado Native Plants Conference, 3rd Annual with DBG

February 10, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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8:00am: Registration opens

9:00am: Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:10am: Keynote: Native Plants in the Garden: a Problem or Panacea? by Panayoti Kelaidis

10:00am: break

10:20am: Breakout Session 1

  • New to Natives Track: Habitat Gardening – How and Why by Amy Yarger
  • Knows the Natives Track: Weeding and (Not) Watering by Susan Tweit

11:10 am: Breakout Session 2

  • New to Natives Track: Planting for a Purpose by Larry Vickerman
  • Knows the Natives Track: Walking Away from Natives and Crevices by Kenton Seth

12:00pm: Lunch

1:00pm: Breakout Session 3

  • New to Natives Track: Plant This, Not That by Jennifer Bousselot
  • Knows the Natives Track: Soil Savvy for Successful Native Plantings in the Landscape by Jean Reeder

1:50pm: Breakout Session 4

  • New to Natives Track: Native Plants for Year Round Interest by Irene Shonle
  • Knows the Natives Track: Passive Water Harvesting by Deryn Davidson

2:40pm: Break

3:00pm: Panel: Propagating Interest in Natives

  • Jim Tolstrup, Mikl Brawner, Katie Wieczorek, Kelly Grummons, Patricia Hayward

The Landscaping with Colorado Native Plants Conference promotes the inclusion of native plants in our landscaping to benefit pollinators and songbirds, save water, and restore the beauty and health of nature in the places we live, work and play. 

While we recommend the use of straight species and local ecotypes wherever possible, we support the use of varieties and cultivars of native species as long as their breeding doesn’t interfere with their ability to function in nature and maintain key relationships with pollinators and other lives.

Details

Date:
February 10, 2018
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Organizer

Denver Botanic Gardens

Venue

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York Street
Denver , 80206 United States
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