Community Youth Add to Urban Nature Exhibit

Community Youth Add to Urban Nature Exhibit

July 15, 2008 | Lisa Eldred
Last month eight youth organizations created responses to the concept of "Urban Nature." Each group of kids painted 8x8' murals to present their view on how the city and the natural world meet. These brightly colored paintings are visible at a distance and can be found along the El Pomar waterway...Read more
She knew exactly what I was looking for

She knew exactly what I was looking for

July 15, 2008 | Bonnie Weimer
Where are the good stories about plants? A good story would help me remember their name and give me something fun to share when I’m out in the Gardens giving a tour. Online searches were frustrating me, so I pulled my eyes away from the computer and stumbled into the Helen Fowler Library at Denver...Read more

Pitcher Plant

July 10, 2008 | Joe Tomocik
Plant diversity is wonderfully expressed by the many exciting pitcher plant cultivars (Sarracenia cvs.). S. ‘Judith Hindel’ grows up to 24 inches and, liking a touch of sun, is displayed nicely at the Gardens Information Desk and Fly Trap Feast. Bright and showy, this popular pitcher plant captures...Read more
Amazing Transformation

Amazing Transformation

July 5, 2008 | Sarada Krishnan
Early this spring around mid-March, the native Plains Garden at Denver Botanic Gardens underwent a simulated version of a vital ecological process of the shortgrass prairie -- FIRE. Fire is important in maintaining the structure and diversity of the shortgrass prairie ecosystem. Since human...Read more

purple, yellow, orange, white -- nature's palette

July 3, 2008 | Doris Boardman
I got back to my desk after a lunch meeting today, and there was a message from a co-worker saying I must go look at the northern portion of the Cottonwood Border because it looked “absolutely stunning.” How could I possibly sit down to work at my computer after a statement like that. So off I went...Read more

Missing Parking Spaces

July 1, 2008 | Bonnie Weimer
Attention! Two car parking spaces have gone missing in Denver Botanic Gardens' parking lot, between York and Josephine Streets. Apparently those two spaces were replaced by ribbons of sturdy black metal bars called “bike racks.” They say that these racks can accommodate up to 28 bicycles. However,...Read more
Gatehouse Dogs and Visitors

Gatehouse Dogs and Visitors

June 27, 2008 | Doris Boardman
Unusual Edible Ornamental

Unusual Edible Ornamental

June 18, 2008 | Dominique Bayne
Bee Early

Bee Early

June 10, 2008 | Dominique Bayne
What is your favorite plant?

What is your favorite plant?

June 10, 2008 | Sarada Krishnan
This is a question I get asked quite frequently. To me as a horticulturist and a plant lover, it is a very complex question to answer. It is like asking a mom to choose her favorite child. Each plant has its own unique individuality from its growth habit to flower color, some desirable and others...Read more

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