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Wax display with artificial succulents

Mother's Day Gift Guide

May 3, 2018 | Erin Bird
Mother’s Day is fast approaching and The Shop at the Gardens has some great ideas that are sure to please the mom(s) in your life. The Shop is open daily 9 a.m – 5 p.m. (until 8 p.m. on Mother's Day) and admission is free. Members receive 10% off all purchases. If you are looking for a gift that...Learn more

Cactus and Succulent Extravaganza

March 26, 2015 | Panayoti Kelaidis
Delosperma Fire Spinner In the course of my tenure I've seen many fads and enthusiasms sweep over Denver Botanic Gardens. Some (like perennial gardens and Xeriscape) seem to have stuck around. If you haven't noticed, succulents are HOT right now. Each year I notice more and more containers planted...Learn more
Adenium at the cactus and succulent show

Cactus & Succulent Sale EXTRAVAGANZA!

March 20, 2014 | Panayoti Kelaidis
Adenium obesum If you haven't figured it out yet, now's the time: Succulents are HOT! On Saturday morning, March 29, a fantastic assemblage of HUNDREDS of spectacular succulent plants will be gathered together in Gates Hall at Denver Botanic Gardens. The largest show of its kind in the region, this...Learn more
Cactus and Succulents Galore!

Cactus and Succulents Galore!

March 14, 2013 | Panayoti Kelaidis
I can't guarantee that you will find this Aloe at our spectacular annual Colorado Cactus and Succulent Society sale, but I can guarantee you that there will be thousands of different succulents arrayed magnificently for your perusal (and purchase!) at the Gardens this weekend. Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5...Learn more
Don't Miss It! Week of November 21st

Don't Miss It! Week of November 21st

November 20, 2009 | Ellen Hertzman
comes from the Greek: “encephalartos” literally means “bread in the head,” and lets you know that a starchy, bready food can be gathered from inside the round trunk. And of course “horridus” refers to its ferocious looking fronds. A Southern African native, this indoor plant loves dry heat and...Learn more