COSA Native Grasses Tour and a Fall Native Seed Swap

There is a chill in the morning air these days and the aspens are beginning their marvelous show of color up high. Fall is upon us and as summer comes to an end, the Front Range Chapter of Wild Ones is excited to share two special fall events. Full details below. We hope you can join us for the last two events of the year!

Native Grasses Tour

When: Wednesday, October 2, 2019


Where: Denver Botanic Gardens

1007 York Street

Denver, CO 80206

Here on the Front Range, east of the glorious Continental Divide, is home to Colorado’s short grass prairie. Are you interested in learning more about Colorado’s prairie ecosystem, and its native grasses? Then join the Front Range Chapter of Wild Ones for a very special tour of native grasses showcased at the Denver Botanic Gardens with one of its horticultural specialists, Nick Daniel. Attendees will receive special group pricing. No additional entrance fee to the Gardens is required. Space is limited so sign up today to reserve your spot!

Purchase Tickets Here

$10 registration fee

Fall Native Seed Swap

When: Sunday, October 6, 2019


Where: CSU Denver Extension

888 East Iliff Avenue

Denver, CO 80210

*Start saving your native plant seeds!!* Come out and bring your seeds to swap with other native plant enthusiasts! Seed swaps are a terrific way to get your hands on different native plants that are difficult to buy, and you know that the plants are grown locally. The event is free to attend. Plant information, seed envelopes, and light refreshments will be provided. This event is co-hosted with the People and Pollinators Action Network. Please RSVP to:frontrangewildones with the native plant seeds you are planning to bring.

Emily Seddon
Wild Ones, Front Range Chapter