Save the Date: Saturday, March 5, 2022
The High Plains Landscape Workshop presented by Fort Collins Nursery is a one-day signature educational opportunity for inspiring smart home garden design, resulting in beautiful home landscapes in Colorado. Hosted by the Gardens on Spring Creek in partnership with the City of Fort Collins Utilities Department and Colorado State University Extension, proceeds from this important annual fundraiser benefit The Gardens.
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Hot Color, Dry Garden - How to Design a Waterwise Garden Filled with Color
Designing with color is exciting, but it can also be a little intimidating and challenging to know where to start. In this keynote presentation, garden design expert Nan Sterman demonstrates all the ways to introduce color into the garden, from plants to architecture and accessories to details. She will highlight ways to combine colors, where to find inspiration for color palettes and uncommon color combinations that work beautifully in the garden. By the end of this presentation, you'll be ready - and excited - to add color to your waterwise garden.
About the Keynote Speaker
Nan Sterman is an award-winning garden writer, gardening expert and horticulturist, whose approach to garden design is uniquely her own. Because of her biology background, Sterman understands the plants and the land in ways few other designers do. As a California native, the seasons, soils and waterwise practices are in her DNA.
Sterman regularly contributes to regional and national publications, including Sunset and Better Homes and Gardens. In addition to her writing career, Sterman is a regular radio guest, has been featured on DIY Network television specials, and is the host of TV show A Growing Passion.