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Dryer Plants for a New Landscape Era
April 2, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Many beautiful cacti, century plants (Agave spp.), yuccas, and their relatives thrive in the Colorado climate, and often look as good in the winter garden as they do in the summer. Kelly Grummons is well known for his work with these hardy plants and is an expert at using them in the garden. In this presentation you’ll learn how to use these cold hardy plants in your own garden, with tips on soil preparation, irrigation, fertilization. Learn also about options for companion plants and the award winning DogTuff Grass.
Speaker: Kelly Grummons, Dog Tuff Grass & Cold Hardy Cactus
UPDATE: For the healthy and safety of attendees, speakers, and staff, the seminar has been moved to an online-only webinar format. To sign up for the webinar on April 2nd from 6:00-:800pm, click the link below.