Terrariums aren’t just for plants, and fairy gardens don’t have to be full of fairies. This year, try a still-life terrarium or invite Vikings and trolls to romp in your miniature garden! If you are looking for new ideas, the Garden Success Show is just a few weekends away and we’re preparing a super-sized “fairy” garden for your viewing! Pick up your supplies now and join us on March 10,11, and 12!
Page 3 of 3
We’re proud to partner with Pikes Peak Community College for gardening classes! Sign up for one of the great upcoming educational opportunities!
Interested? Visit www.ppcc.edu/communityclasses for more information or click the images below to register. We are offering special discounts to attendees, so don’t miss out!
We are also available to speak to your group! Contact us for specialized topics and to schedule! Ask for Susan at 632-2788.
If you’re headed to the mountains to ski or snowboard, grab your equipment from The Ski Shop and make a quick stop at our Candy Basement! You’ll find trail mixes, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, and candy to fuel your adventure on the slopes. Take home some cider to warm up and relax with. Have fun in the hills!
Looking to expand your gardening knowledge?
We are excited to be partnering with Pikes Peak Community College for a series of community classes based at their Downtown Campus! Consider one of these wonderful classes and invest in yourself!
Interested? Visit www.ppcc.edu/communityclasses for more information or click the images below to register. The last day to sign up for classes is Friday, January 27. We are offering special discounts to attendees, so don’t miss out!
Winter is a great time to supplement birds with suet cakes and protein! A simple suet feeder will help keep the birds happy and energized during the season. Stop in today for premium feeders and supplies for winter backyard birding!
For even more fun with the birds in your backyard, participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count from February 17-20! Information collected helps the National Audubon Society and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology learn about how bird populations are doing. You can participate for as little as 15 minutes, or bird watch for as long as you’d like! For more information, visit http://gbbc.birdcount.org/ and