May

Lecture - Mid-century Garden Design for the Modern Home

In her recently published book, “Mid-century Modern Landscape,” author Ethne Clarke offers a fresh guide for those seeking bold approaches to redefine their outdoor space or wishing to learn more about the history of mid-century modern aesthetics. During this lecture, she explores the origins...Read more

July

Lecture - Bonsai - Art on the Edge of Life and Death

Bonsai has long been popular with plant people and artists alike. Immerse yourself in the art of combining both living and dead plant parts in a unique display. Instructor Bjorn Bjorholm uses ancient deadwood from the Rocky Mountains and native Rocky Mountain living plant material to create a...Read more

September

Lecture - AMERICAN BEAUTY: The Slow Flowers Story

The American landscape is undergoing a floral renaissance— in rural, agricultural areas and in urban postage-stamp-sized parcels. There is a heightened interest in local and seasonal flowers as an economic opportunity for farmers and florists alike, fueled by the Slow Flowers movement. Debra...Read more