top of page

Plant Swap Flyer

I had a lot of fun working on this illustrated Denver Native Plant Swap Flyer graphic for the Front Range Wild Ones. The Front Range Wild Ones partners with Earthlinks and People and Pollinators to host amazing plant swaps every June to help more people grow native plants! Their native plant and seed swaps in Denver, Fort Collins, Boulder and Colorado Springs are amazing events filled with generous gardeners who love sharing their volunteer native plants as well as plants started from seed. It's a free event and open to the public, so anyone can get into growing native plants in their landscapes or patio pots to join the Coloradoscape and pollinator gardening revolution! Here's the finalized version of the plant swap flyer graphic:

Below are a couple of my initial drafts for their 2024 Denver Native Plant Swap flyer, the finalized graphics will be used to share on social media to get the word about about the fabulous Denver plant swap event. Stay tuned for updates!

Original draft of the plant swap flyer with hand-drawn illustrations:

Below is an updated version of the plant swap flyer with more easily read font text for the title, I think this one works better for legibility!

View more of my work, see my infographic design and my Illustration portfolio

Need a Graphic Designer to work on flyers or graphics for your non-profit, event, or company? Reach out for a free estimate »


Recent Posts

See All


Reach out with questions or for a free design estimate:

As a website designer and graphic designer, I love sharing great tips and tools that make designing easier. As part of my website design services, I train clients on how to update their websites or to do their own SEO (search engine optimization), so I post many of these tips for my clients to train them how to use Wix and other tools to keep their website up-to-date. Keeping websites current is the best way to get found and to keep people coming back to your website. 

Check out all my Design & SEO tips and resources in my blog

bottom of page