COSA Gardening with Native Plants Talk by Beth Hanson

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The Front Range Chapter of Wild Ones and the Highlands Garden Center are co-hosting a FREE special event on Saturday, June 29th. Our presenter is Beth Hanson, a Park Interpreter and Naturalist at the Carson Nature Center in South Platte Park, Littleton. Since 2015, Beth has been a certified Native Plant Master trainer and she enjoys empowering others to introduce native plants into home and public landscapes to boost habitat value for insects, birds, and other wildlife.

Beth will be giving a talk on which native plants have proven themselves in our challenging Colorado landscapes, including plants suited for hot and dry areas, full shade, and poor soils. There is a native plant that would love to grow in your garden!

The event is on Saturday, June 29th from 10am-11am at the Highlands Garden Center: 8080 South Holly Street, Centennial, CO 80122. This is a FREE event, but please RSVP via email to: FrontRangeWildOnes.

Please invite anyone who you think may be interested. We look forward to a great morning learning about which natives work well in Front Range gardens and hope you can join us!

Emily Seddon
President
Wild Ones, Front Range Chapter
frontrangewildones.org