DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS - 2012 BONFILS STANTON LECTURE SERIES Keep up with current trends and innovative gardens by attending lectures by renowned speakers from around the country. Here is your chance to learn from the best.
retreat center in Issaquah,Washington. Nelson is the author of several books including his newest,New Treehouses of the World.
Life in the Trees: Designing Your Own Treehouse, with Pete Nelson
Friday, May 25
Professional tree house designer, builder and author, Pete Nelson, shares all the ins and outs of how to design your very own tree house – from how to pick the right tree to many unique design ideas. As time allows, Pete will answer questions about your own projects.
Cost: Pre-registration for individual Bonfils-Stanton programs: $15 member, $20 non-member. Entire series: $60 member, $85 non-member. Space is limited. So, register early!
Helen Fowler Library & Archives
Enjoy extended hours to support the novice and professional plant enthusiast. Make use of journals, books, and video resources. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day but Friday.
View the online catalog atwww.botanicgardens.org.
We have answers to your gardening questions! Colorado Master Gardeners are available to answer questions on site from noon – 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Access our experts the following ways:
· In-person at the Gardens' Helen Fowler Library
· By phone: 720-865-3575
· Via email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Gardening Help is a joint program of Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners andDenver Botanic Gardens.
About Denver Botanic Gardens:
Green inside and out, the Gardens is considered one of the top botanical gardens in theUnited States and a pioneer in water conservation. Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Gardens’ living collections encompass specimens from the tropics to the tundra, showcasing a plant palette chosen to thrive in Colorado’s semi-arid climate. The Gardens' dynamic, 24-acre urban oasis in the heart of the city is now in its 61st year, offering unforgettable opportunities to flourish with unique garden experiences for the whole family – as well as world-class education and plant conservation research programs. Additional sites at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield, a 750-acre wildlife and native plant refuge inJefferson County; andMount Goliath, a high-altitude trail and interpretive site on the Mount Evans Scenic Byway, extend this experience throughout theFront Range. For more information, visit us online atwww.botanicgardens.org.