Every Day is Earth Day at Harlequin’s Gardens

Every Day is EARTH DAY

Garima with Gertrude Jekyll Rose

EVERYDAY is Earth Day at Harlequin’s Gardens, where we never use any toxic pesticides, fungicides or herbicides.

Come out to get your organic veggie starts (we have tomatoes, peppers and basil in stock now!)  If you protect them with our famously successful Solar Caps, you can plant these now.  Or plant them in a green house or cold frame.

We already have a bountiful selection of organic herb starts, with more coming in all the time.

All of our perennials, shrubs and trees are free of insect-killing neonicotinoid pesticides.

We have an excellent selection of locally sourced composts, mulches, and potting mixes and organic fertilizers.

And, our Compost Tea Brewer is now running for the season!

Compost Tea is…

  • a highly concentrated population of beneficial bacteria and beneficial fungi that build healthy soil
  •  a nutrient-rich brew that feeds soil life naturally
  • a compost concentrate that reduces compaction, aerates and improves water retention
  • who knows? You can’t tell anything by looking at the tea. You have to watch how the plants respond!

So let your plants “taste and see.”   Homegrown fertilizer produced on-site.   $5 / gallon + $1 refundable deposit for container, or bring your own 1 gallon jug.


Space is limited in each of our classes, so call 303-939-9403 to reserve your seat!
(Cash or check only for class payment.)

Sat., April 22 at 10 AM
Native Bees for the Youngsters!
with Jessica Goldstrohm

Children and parents learn together about native bees in this hands-on, super-fun class!  Jessica will introduce you to our native bee species & their habitat needs, you will build a Leaf Cutter Bee House to take home, and sing the new Bumble Bee song!  Hungry Honey Bee book & seeds available for purchase.   $20, one parent and one child.  $5 per additional child.   SATURDAY!  (repeated on May 27)

Sat., April 22 at 1 PM
Fearless Rose Pruning with Eve Reshetnik Brawner

Don’t let your roses intimidate you!  Eve will demonstrate and discuss why and how to prune roses in a fearless and confident manner.  She will also discuss feeding, watering, etc. to maximize your success with growing roses.  Wear long pants, long sleeves, gloves, and a hat and be prepared to be outside.   $15   SATURDAY! 

Sun., April 23 at 10 AM
Baby Goat Day with Margaret Hollander and her Kids – Free!

Margaret Hollander, owner of Capering Goat Dairy, brings several of her adorable baby goats by for a visit.  Bring your children, or just your own inner child, to enjoy their antics!   FREE – SUNDAY!

Sun., April 23 at 1 PM
Viticulture with John Martin

Would you like a glass of wine from your own backyard vineyard? Then this is the class for you!  John will discuss grape varieties and how to get started in wine making.  He is co-owner of Stonebridge Farms in Lyons, the first CSA in Boulder County.    $15   SUNDAY! 


Plant names, left to right.
TOP ROW:  Phlox divaricata (fragrant blue), Phlox divaricata ‘Dirigo Ice’ (fragrant white)
BOTTOM ROW:  Lilac’s: Pocohontas (front) and Mount Baker (back), Viburnum Mohawk