Love is in the air

February 4, 2015 | Special Events
Whether you were engaged over the holidays or you are hoping for something special on Valentine’s Day, there is no doubt that this time of year, love is in the air. And now you need somewhere to get married! Denver Botanic Gardens is a top-rated, award-winning botanic garden located in the heart of...Learn more

Book Review: "Annihilation"

February 3, 2015 | Rory O'Connor-Walston
A biologist, an anthropologist, a psy chologist, and a surveyor walk into a forest.… This group of four women, known only by their occupational titles, is the twelfth expedition into remote Area X, a pristine, Edenic, yet unusual forest that rarely allows survivors. Annihilation , the first book in...Learn more
Fragrant Roses: picture of Abraham Darby rose

Fragrant Roses

January 28, 2015 | Featured Instructor
While it’s quite wonderful to receive a dozen long-stemmed red roses on Valentine’s Day, what better time to daydream about and plan your very own lusciously fragrant rose garden? You can then create your garden of long-lasting, disease-resistant roses in the colors and fragrances (fruits, flowers...Learn more

Garden Myths and Secrets

January 21, 2015 | Featured Instructor
The use of passed down pearls of wisdom and urban garden myths to improve plants and landscapes is as common as homemade cold and flu recipes. Has someone in your garden circle suggested some fool-proof miracle cure, product or technique to fix what’s ailing your plant or make it grow better? We’ve...Learn more

Beekeeping Basics

January 7, 2015 | Featured Instructor
In winter, there isn't much a beekeeper can do to help the bees other than watch your hive entrances, keep them clear of snow, inspect the bottom board for activity in the hive and be sure the hives are protected from the wind! If you have a window in a top bar hive, you can sometimes catch a...Learn more
New sculpture on display

Art and Nature--which is which?

January 5, 2015 | Panayoti Kelaidis
Colorado by Dale Chihuly It's hard to believe that this was a parking lot a year ago for staff, hidden behind giant conifers. Few visitors even knew the Waring House existed. Thanks to the recently installed Colorado by Dale Chihuly, this has become a destination and another focal point of interest...Learn more
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Playing with Flowers

January 2, 2015 | Featured Instructor
In the depths of winter I love to amuse myself with flower crafts. Winter weather allows you the time indoors to pull out the craft box and let that inner artist dance around. A snowy weekend afternoon is perfect for this - after the prerequisite smoked salmon benedict brunch and nap under the...Learn more
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Flavors of Morocco

December 10, 2014 | Featured Instructor
Moroccan cuisine is steeped in a deep and diverse culinary history dating back to medieval times. The food is vibrant, warming and welcoming. Morocco is most well-known for significant use of spices, herbs and aromatics. Traditional and modern culinary styles were influenced by the Berbers of North...Learn more
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Healthy Cooking at Home: How to Stock Your Pantry

December 3, 2014 | Featured Instructor
Is it likely that you will be making a New Year’s resolution to start eating better and cooking at home more? If you find it challenging to come up with a constant array of new recipes, this class is perfect for you, whether cooking for yourself or your family. The best cooks don’t base their meals...Learn more
Delosperma from Alan Tower

Drifts of gold, not drifts of snow!

December 2, 2014 | Panayoti Kelaidis
Alan Tower DENVER Botanic Gardens implies we're a local institution, which is true. But what greater proof of the regional--nay!--national and international reach that we have than when nurserymen from 1,000 miles away maintain a close relationship with us and our collections. I photographed Alan a...Learn more

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