July 8, 2014: Monthly Lecture – “Perennials and Shrubs You Can’t Live Without: Structure and Form in the Garden”

Presented by Diane Brunjes, HAS Board Member and Gardener

Colorado Technical University, Room 263 at 7:00 p.m (click map link below).

This class will highlight those shrubs and perennials which should be in every garden.  Why do some areas of the garden seem rather formless and blah?  They may need just the shot of fireworks that these plants bring because of their foliage, flowers or structure, adding balance to the garden.

Diane Brunjes is a former 10 year Master Gardener, a Colorado Certified Gardener, and currently works for the Horticultural Art Society as their Gardener.  She also has worked in the past for the country’s oldest Interior Plant Care company, and for Harris Seeds in upstate New York.  She is currently building a garden in a new housing development, absolutely puzzled by what passes for soil in the builder’s eyes.

Free and open to the public.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014, 7:00 p.m. Room 263
Colorado Technical University
4435 North Chestnut (map).