Bioblitz uncovers previously unknown populations

Bioblitz uncovers previously unknown populations

August 27, 2009 | Anna Sher
Denver Botanic Gardens staff were among the thirty-six scientists who donated their time in the first Soapstone Prairie Natural Area Bioblitz, surveying all species in a 24-hour period. Ten scientist teams inventoried insects, mammals, fungi, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and of course plants. Over...Read more
Home, Home on the Meadow

Home, Home on the Meadow

August 17, 2009 | Matt Cole
Altai by camel caravan

Altai by camel caravan

July 16, 2009 | Panayoti Kelaidis
Primula nivalis on summit of pass in MongoliaRead more
Springing into Spring with your Dog

Springing into Spring with your Dog

May 31, 2009 | Past Art Exhibits
To this date, our most popular post continues to be one that Elizabeth Bublitz of Paw-Friendly Landscapes wrote on 'Paw-Friendly Gardening.' Luckily for us, she is back in blogging mode and sending us new posts! Here is one for those of you who have or want to install a garden fence. If you enjoy...Read more
Celebrating Wildflowers Hike

Celebrating Wildflowers Hike

May 15, 2009 | Michelle DePrenger-Levin
Celebrating Wildflowers isn't only for the little ones. You can enjoy Colorado native plants in the metro area. You don't want to miss this great, free, guided tour of spring blooms on Green Mountain. The Bureau of Land Management's botanists will teach you all about the beautiful spring blooms.Read more
The dinosaurs are arriving!

The dinosaurs are arriving!

April 13, 2009 | Doris Boardman
Installation of the life-size dinosaur sculptures started today at York Street. It is amazing to see how realistic they appear. Our talented horticulture and operations staff are doing everything possible to make it seem like our prehistoric guests actually are at home roaming the Gardens. Plant...Read more
Living within Nature's Landscape Cont'd.

Living within Nature's Landscape Cont'd.

April 1, 2009 | Matt Cole
When I wrote that I was unsure how to live within a Western landscape in drought, it it immediately seemed that Nature took offence and sent snow and precipitation directly at us. We're still in a drought, but the winter storm that forced us to reschedule Susan Tweit and Jim Steinberg certainly...Read more

Living in Nature's Landscape

March 23, 2009 | Matt Cole
[gallery] I've been watching the quiet declaration of drought conditions with an eye more curious than fearful. The US drought monitor classifies the current conditions as moderate drought, or D1, which is pretty low on the scale. The gardeners around me, however, range from "not on my weather...Read more
World-Building with James Gurney

World-Building with James Gurney

February 27, 2009 | Matt Cole
People love to use their imagination to create new worlds. It doesn't matter if its a child creating a fairy garden or a grown-up gardener contemplating a new design for the spring: world-building is a favorite activity of almost everyone. And the right blend of imagination and realistic techniques...Read more
Plant Evolution Garden at the Colorado Garden & Home Show

Plant Evolution Garden at the Colorado Garden & Home Show

February 8, 2009 | Sarada Krishnan
February 12th marks the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin. This year also marks the 150th anniversary of Darwin’s renowned work, “The Origin of Species.” Commemorating Darwin and the Gardens upcoming signature exhibition ( Jurassic Gardens: Evolution & Extinction) , Denver Botanic Gardens is...Read more

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