Free Miller Lecture with Panayoti Kelaidis Sep 13

Panayoti Kelaidis presents From Denver to Seattle: a Shared Gardening Tradition, the 24th annual Miller Lecture at UW’s Meany Hall on September 13, 2018.

The Pendleton and Elisabeth C. Miller Charitable Foundation invites the community to hear a lecture from a noted plantsman Panayoti Kelaidis, Senior Curator and Director of Outreach for the Denver Botanic Gardens.

Panayoti has extensively explored the Rocky Mountain range and has traveled the world looking for plants that will thrive in the gardens of the interior mountain region. He is notable for his support of native flora as well as the introduction of numerous species and cultivars of top garden performing plants. Panayoti’s travels have brought him to the Northwest several times allowing him the chance to experience our unique climate and several of his plant introductions have thrived in our maritime conditions.

  • Meany Hall doors open at 6:30 pm, lecture at 7:00 pm
  • A free plant for the first 600 attendees
  • Request free tickets at  or by calling (206)362-8612

Tickets will be emailed within 3 days of your request.

One Response to “Free Miller Lecture with Panayoti Kelaidis Sep 13”

  1. I recall Denver Botanic Gardens included extensive input from the disabled community on one of their master plans. I’d love to learn more about this process.