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Top 5 picks for your visit

Chihuly

June 14 - Nov. 30
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 Chihuly

The Science Pyramid is Open!

9 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily, included with admission
York Street

This new exhibition engages technology – touchscreens, light, sound and video – so visitors can follow research and horticulture staff into the field across the state and throughout the steppe regions of the world.
Learn more about the Science Pyramid

Fall Plant and Bulb Sale

Friday, Sept. 19 and Saturday, Sept. 20
York Street - Free both days to the sale, regular admission to the Gardens

Visit the Gardens for an incredible variety of thousands of spring-blooming bulbs (fall is the time to plant these bulbs) and unusual plants perfect for cool weather. Members receive 10% off all purchases.
Here are the hours and what will be at the sale

Volunteer at Pumpkin Festival

Friday, Saturday or Sunday - Oct.. 10-12 
Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield

Volunteer for a shift or two with a friend or family member. This is a fun opportunity for students to earn service credit or simply to make visitors happy.
Info about Pumpkin Festival
See what shifts are available

plant of the week

Anemone hupehensisAnemone hupehensis var. japonica Japanese Anemone - Few woodland plants glow as brightly as Japanese anemones that come in white or pink, double or single form this time of year. Their waxy petals make for good cut flowers, and their airy mounds of foliage are attractive even when they’re not blooming. Some forms spread by runners (especially the pale flowered cousin “hupehensis”).