For next week’s pop up, we have partnered with the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens! If you haven’t had a chance to check out their new building, it is time for you to stop by. We are so excited to share their beautiful space.
I try my hardest to have a green thumb, however, it hasn’t quite taken off for me. When I was in high school, one summer, I was fortunate enough to work for Paul Smith in his personal garden, as his gardener. He hosted many events at his home and his garden was that of amazement. It was the first thing guests experienced and usually was part of many conversations throughout their stay. My entire summer was spent, watering, planting, mowing, dead-heading, planting, learning, and trying to grow and manicure his English garden.
Top 5 things learned that summer.
So do I garden now? No, and the only thing that I will take partial credit for keeping alive are my kids and the dog. Pretty sure it is because they tell me when they need food and water. Someday, I will garden again. I do have some succulents growing (apparently they are the easiest, next to cactus), and they are still hanging in there…so a start.
Please come and visit us, next week and explore what the Botanic Garden’s has built and continues to cultivate –not just the plants—but our ever growing community and love of nature and outdoor exploration.
We will have Amelia, the Airstream parked out front as well as our Spring collection available in the Orangerie.
See you then!
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