The following post was written by Gina Wilson, a new Mount Goliath docent.
I’ve long been a fan of the high country in Colorado and all the “little” surprises you can discover along a trail. Equipped with a magnifying lens, I’ve spent many hours on my hands and knees looking at the spectacular alpine wildflowers that we are fortunate to have here. So, it really was apropos when I decided to sign up for the Mount Goliath docent training that prepares Gardens volunteers to lead tours from June through August.
Have you ever wondered about all the exciting research that goes on at the Gardens? Now’s your chance to delve in and learn all the ins and outs of research while simultaneously helping Denver Botanic Gardens.
The following was written by Mary Elliman, a member of this year’s Plant Preview Party committee.
Planning to attend the Spring Plant Sale on May 10 and 11? Make the most of your trip by following these nine tips from a Spring Plant Sale pro.
The following was written by Tam O'Neil, a member of this year's Plant Sale Preview Party committee.
Denver Botanic Gardens Plant Sale Preview Party has become a favorite event of mine. This year it happens on May 9 from 4-8 p.m. Tickets, $35 in advance ($50 at the door), are on sale now through the day of the event, if available. The event signals the end of winter and beginning of the gardening...