Reception in All-America Selections Garden

So You’re Hosting a Private Event – Now What?

June 23, 2017 | Special Events
Whether you are hosting a wedding, a baby shower or a holiday party, planning an event is a lot of work! Large or small, lavish or modest, it can be overwhelming to select and coordinate caterers, florists, entertainers, photographers, rental companies and other vendors involved in your event...Learn more
Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory

Top Six Reasons to Take a Tour at the Gardens

May 15, 2017 | Karina Nabors
By taking a tour – be it an overview of the Gardens, a specific botanic theme or behind-the-scenes info on an art exhibition, you can: Learn something: Gardens staff and docents share their knowledge of our living collections, history, art exhibitions and architecture. Enthusiasm and passion will...Learn more
Book your next event at the Gardens

Book Your Event – Summer Dates Just Released

April 24, 2017 | Special Events
The Gardens are beginning to bloom, and they will only become more stunning as the days get warmer and sunnier. What better backdrop for your next gathering? Though we began booking events for this summer over a year ago, we’ve had a few excellent dates open up on our summer calendar. We’d love to...Learn more
Fritillaria eduardii

A Bulb-tastic Wonderland

March 28, 2017 | Mike Bone
Geophytes are an important part of the steppe climate. Some of the most recognizable geophytes are bulbs. Bulbs offer not only spring beauty but interest throughout the season. Bulbs can also be an important source of food. #steppesuns This first spring in the Denver Botanic Gardens' Steppe Garden...Learn more

Plant Romance

January 26, 2017 | Erin Bird
Roses are red, Violets are blue, Sugar is sweet, And so are you. This simple, well known love poem may bring a smile or cringe to your face. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and for better or worse, it causes us to think of those we love, lost or hope will someday love us. The rose is an...Learn more
 梅Ume (Japanese flowering plum)

梅Ume: Prunus mume in Japanese culture

January 3, 2017 | Ebi Kondo
A sentimental love affair between ancient Japanese intellectuals and Ume: 梅Ume (Japanese flowering plum), Prunus mume, has been one of the most popular winter-blooming trees in Japan for centuries. There are over 250 cultivars of both single or double blossoms with shades of white, pink and red...Learn more

What is the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD)?

September 19, 2016 | Brian Vogt
Up until 30 years ago, you would have been hard pressed to find great examples of metropolitan cooperation. Years of political wrangling between and among Denver and the suburbs resulted in bitterness and rancor. Finally, the regional economy took a dramatic slide and desperation gave birth to...Learn more
Flowers on Mount Goliath

Mount Goliath – Nature’s Weathered Beauty

June 22, 2016 | Sarada Krishnan
Mount Goliath, the northern shoulder of Mount Evans, located within the Arapaho National Forest, takes my breath away each time I visit. Denver Botanic Gardens has been offering free guided hikes of the M. Walter Pesman Trail for many years.Learn more

Forcing Hyacinth Bulbs in Vases

January 26, 2015 | Ebi Kondo
Hyacinths are classic spring-blooming bulbs that have been popular for centuries, in large part because of their bright colors and fragrant flowers. The plant grows from large bulbs, typically planted in the garden in the fall. The upright cluster of flowers will come up in spring with beautiful...Learn more
Protea dracomontana

Protea fun in South Africa

January 19, 2015 | Panayoti Kelaidis
Dwarf Protea at Drakensberg Gardens Resort Eighteen of us who are on Denver Botanic Gardens' trip to the Drakensberg are about half way through our adventure, and today was a stellar day. We encountered numerous plants of dwarf, alpine Protea dracomontana on a LOOOOOONG hike around the hotel where...Learn more

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