CELEBRATE YOUR INDEPENDENCE
WITH BEAUTIFUL COLOR!
We are CLOSED TOMORROW, on Independence Day!
In a long standing tradition, Harlequin’s Gardens celebrates Independence Day by taking the day off and being
closed on Wednesday, July 4.
We look forward to seeing you today, 9-5, and beginning again on Thursday when we’re open 9-6.
SOME CURRENT FLOWERING BEAUTIES
Second Row: Delphinium elatum ‘Magic Fountains’, Kniphofia uvaria ‘Flamenco’, Digitalis grandiflora, Yellow Foxglove
Third Row: Campanula poscharskyana, Siberian Bellflower
OUR GLOVE RACK IS OVERFLOWING!
ANNUALS ON SALE!
Come in and see our selection!
WHAT’S BLOOMING IN JULY?
- Acanthus balcanicus (Bear’s Breech)
- Achillea (Yarrow)
- Aconitum (Monkshood)
- Agastache aurantiaca ‘Coronado’
- Agastache aurantiaca ‘Coronado Red’
- Agastache ‘Blue Boa’
- Agastache foeniculum (Anise Hyssop)
- Alcea (Hollyhock)
- Allium caeruleum/azureum
- Allium flavum
- Allium senescens (Pictured right)
Upcoming Classes List
Sun, Jul 15 at 1 PM – TIPS & TRICKS OF XERISCAPE with Mikl Brawner
Gardening with less water is not that hard if you know how! There are tricks that will improve your success. Mikl’s will pass on his 30 years of xeriscape experience. $15
Sat, Jul 21 at 1 PM – BASIC LANDSCAPE DESIGN with Elaine Walker
Elaine is a landscape architect who will show you the elements of designing areas of your property. Learn how to observe your site, identify goals, take a site analysis, create a comprehensive design, and how to approach installation in manageable pieces. $15
Sun, Aug 5 at 1 PM – PRUNING FOR STRENGTH, HEALTH, AND BEAUTY with Mikl Brawner
Learn how to train young trees, restructure shrubs and trees damaged by storms, and to prune roses. Mikl has over 35 years of experience in pruning. (Repeated on Sep. 16.) $15
Sat, Aug 25 from 10 AM to 1 PM – SEVENTH ANNUAL TASTE OF TOMATO
Don’t miss our 8th annual ‘Taste of Tomato’ festival & tasting event along with Boulder County CSU Cooperative Extension! There are always exciting new varieties to taste and learn about. The location is not yet decided. Check our website for details and entry information.
Sat, Aug 25 at 1 PM – GARDENING WITH MUSHROOMS – THE MAGIC OF MYCELIUM w/ Zach Hedstrom
Join Zach for a class about the many ways you can incorporate mushrooms and fungi in your garden and lifestyle. You will learn the basic techniques for growing mushrooms, how to encourage fungal activity in your soil, and about the health-giving properties that you can experience from eating more mushrooms! $15
Sun, Aug 26 at 1 PM – LOW TECH GREENHOUSE DESIGN & OPERATION with Mikl Brawner
Mikl has been researching, building, and using simple greenhouses for 20 years. This class will focus on five designs on site at the nursery. $15
Sun, Sep 9 at 1 PM – HOW TO MULCH with Mikl Brawner
Weedbarrier, wood chips, straw, fine gravel, bark? Which mulches should be used and where? Why is mulching so important? What’s wrong with redwood and cedar? Mikl will discuss these questions and suggest solutions. $15 (Photo Credit: The Rock Place)
Sat, Sep 15 at 1 PM – FORAGING ROCKY MOUNTAIN MUSHROOMS: REGIONAL MUSHROOM ID with Zach Hedstrom
In this class, you will learn the basics of mushroom identification and what you should know before going out on a hunt. We will also introduce a variety of local mushrooms and their identification features. A good class for beginners as well as those who have done some foraging before. $15
Sun, Sep 16 at 1 PM – PRUNING FOR STRENGTH, HEALTH, AND BEAUTY with Mikl Brawner
Learn how to train young trees, restructure shrubs and trees damaged by storms, and to prune roses. Mikl has over 35 years of experience in pruning. (Repeat of Aug 5.) $15
Eve, Mikl and the super hard-working Staff at Harlequin’s Gardens