2020 Outdoor Spaces VT
An educational forum inspiring the communities of Southern Colorado to create appealing and enduring landscapes suitable for our soils, climate and finite water resources.
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Free parking…it will be spring break for the University!
Homeowners and industry professionals learn the latest landscape design tips, trends and more at the Outdoor Spaces VT.
This two-day event focuses on creating and maintaining unique and sustainable landscapes in our semi-arid climate. Regional experts will present a variety of topics, including the latest in water-wise landscape design, plant selection, installation and maintenance.
New Botanical Art Show- FREE to Registrants
Members of The Rocky Mountain Society of Botanical Artists will be providing botanical illustrations of native garden plants used by Colorado gardeners and landscape designers in our semi-arid climate. The emphasis of the exhibit will be cultivars of wild plants such as blanket flower, delphinium, sunflower, lupines roses, cacti, columbines, lilies and bee-balm.
Each year, the Outdoor Spaces VT delivers a cutting-edge two-day conference to the people of the Pikes Peak Region and southern Colorado. Our goal is to provide the latest information on sustainable landscape and water conservation practices to professionals and homeowners, in order to cultivate a community-wide landscape ethic that reflects opportunities and limitations of the western ecosystem in which we live. Through this effort, we hope to inspire more beautiful, functional, and resilient water-wise western landscapes.
The Event’s Mission: To provide an educational forum inspiring the communities of southern Colorado to create appealing and enduring landscapes suitable for our soils, climate, and finite water resources.
Event Description: The Peak to Prairie Landscape Symposium is a two-day landscape conference held annually in spring. It is usually held on a Friday and Saturday. The educational delivery methods include lectures, round table discussions, workshops, table displays, and a book sale. This year, for the first time, we will feature an art show and sale by the Rocky Mountain Society of Botanical Art.
Audience: Typically about 400 attendees, most of whom are green industry professionals and advanced home gardeners. Roughly 40-45% of registrants list an affiliation with a green industry business, organization, or government agency on their registration form.
We’re happy to answer your questions.
Email us at [email protected], or call us (719) 668-3333.