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Top 5 picks for your visit

Chihuly

Through Nov. 30, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily
York Street 

The Rocky Mountain Region’s first major outdoor exhibition by celebrated artist Dale Chihuly features dramatic artwork throughout the Gardens.
More information about the Chihuly exhibition, Chihuly-related tours and family tours & programs.

Blossoms of Light and Trail of Lights

Trail of Lights at Chatfield: Nov. 28-30 and Dec. 5, 2014 – Jan. 1, 2015
Blossoms of Light at York Street: Dec. 5, 2014 – Jan. 1, 2015

Visit Blossoms of Light to see twinkling passages and brand new displays. Trail of Lights presents a trail glistening with lights through the Colorado countryside.
Learn more about Blossoms of Light and Trail of Lights

Blossoms of Light at York Street

Volunteer for the Holidays

Nightly from December 5 - January 1
York Street and Chatfield

Celebrate the holiday season and help out the Gardens at the same time! We are looking for volunteers with holiday cheer for both Blossoms of Light and Trail of Lights.
Learn more and register as a volunteer 

Seedlings classes for young children

Seedlings for Young Children

Ages 18-24 mos., 24-36 mos. and 3-6 years old
York Street

Seedlings classes offer a fun, hands-on way for young children to explore the plant world while developing an understanding and appreciation for plants and their importance. Discover Plentiful Potatoes, Jumping Gingerbread and more.
Learn more about Seedlings and register today

Kundalini Yoga

Mondays, 6-7:30 p.m.
York Street

Kundalini Yoga focuses on awakening your energy and unlocking your inner potential through specific breathing, movements, stretching, meditation and mantra. All levels welcome.
Find out more and register

plant of the week

Pinus bungeanaPinus bungeana - The lacebark pine is lovely any time of the year, but like all evergreens, it’s in its prime during winter. This handsome tree comes from northeast Asia. There are groves in several gardens at York St., but the grove at the east end of Birds and Bees Walk is the largest, with wonderfully patterned bark. As the tree matures, the bark grows whiter.

Enjoy our November Walking Tour - Ornamental Grasses