Habitat Hero Garden Award Winner

2014 Habitat Hero Winner ~ Peacock Yard, Lakewood, CO, designed by Gardenz


2014 Habitat Hero Winner ~ Peacock Yard, Lakewood, CO, designed by Gardenz
Waterwise front yard of pollinator and songbird food plants replaced scruffy lawn and aging pfizer junipers; backyard is a watered wildlife oasis.












As the 2014 Habitat Hero award-winning gardens demonstrate, wildscapes are as different as the gardeners and designers who create them. They can be formal gardens, meadow-style expanses, flower-filled cottage borders, or natural landscapes. Whatever the style, a wildscape is based on five simple principles:

  • Create diverse layers and shelter
  • Grow natural food
  • Provide water for drinking and bathing
  • Control invasive species
  • Conserve water, energy and chemical use.

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2014 HH award releaseBe a Habitat Hero! Wildscape for the Birds… a project of Audubon Rockies

Their Mission: Grow a network of habitat for songbirds and pollinators in gardens across the Rocky Mountains and beyond, save water for our streams and rivers, and restore our joy in nature every day.

Bungalows and Gardens Class

Ever wondered about the history of bungalows and the gardens that were created with this iconic house style? Do you have a bungalow and would like to recreate that garden look with today’s plants in our dry desert climate? Come learn more about the house and style of garden that goes with it.

Get some fresh, new ideas to update your garden.

Bungalows and Gardens Class at the Denver Botanic Gardens

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York St.
Denver, CO 80206

Register online