Get gardening help from Colorado Master Gardeners at Denver Botanic Gardens.
Colorado Master Gardeners are on-site at the Gardening Help desk in the Helen Fowler Library (noon - 4 p.m.), accessible with regular admission, on the following days:
- January and February - Tuesday
- March and April - Tuesday and Saturday
- May, June, July, August and September - Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
- October - Tuesday and Saturday
- November - Tuesday
- York Street Free Days
(Gardening Help is a joint program of the Colorado State University Extension and Denver Botanic Gardens.)
Emerald Ash Borer - The emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) is an invasive Asian beetle that has decimated ash trees in the Midwest since its discovery in 2002, costing home owners and cities millions of dollars. The beetle's presence has been recently confirmed in Colorado. Early detection is key to controlling the emerald ash borer! You can help protect ash trees by looking for signs of infestation and reporting them to your County Extension Office.
Visit the CO Dept. of Agriculture website for more info
More info about the emerald ash borer
- Plant Select® - A program designed to seek out and distribute the very best plants for gardens from the high plains to the intermountain region. Here you'll find plant names, color photos, growing tips and basic information.
- Planttalk® Colorado - Timely and reliable essays on all aspects of horticulture and gardening in Colorado; those explaining Xeriscape practices are found here.
- Plant Something Colorado - Inspiration and information from real pros who know what it takes to grow a beautiful, bountiful landscape in Colorado.