The York Street gardens will close at 3 p.m. on Aug. 25 for a concert.

Plant Select: Towards a viable landscape future

Plant Select: Towards a viable landscape future

January 3, 2013 | Panayoti Kelaidis
Although quite widely distributed in the foothills of the Southern Rockies, I have only stumbled on Scott's clematis a few times, so I suspect it is not exactly abundant. It has been produced abundantly by Plant Select propagators this past year and you should be able to find it in local garden...Learn more
Your Feedback Helps Us Grow

Your Feedback Helps Us Grow

August 31, 2012 | Membership Department
When members take the time to let us know about their feelings or experiences, those of us in Denver Botanic Gardens' Membership Department pay close attention. Member feedback is one of the most valuable resources we have; it lets us know what what members would like to see more of, what needs...Learn more
A west Metro botanic garden: Kendrick Lake

A west Metro botanic garden: Kendrick Lake

October 7, 2010 | Panayoti Kelaidis
Salvia darcyi and other colorful treasures There are actually several fine clumps of Salvia darcyi at Kendrick Lake, this one combined with wonderful, bright complementary plantings that exemplify this amazing garden. I will be watching to see how it comes through the winter here. Pennisetum...Learn more
Water-Smart Gardening: Appearances Can Be Deceiving

Water-Smart Gardening: Appearances Can Be Deceiving

September 18, 2010 | Sarah Spearman
If a yard or garden looks like it has been transplanted from the desert, does that make it a “water-smart garden?” One might make the assumption that the plants do not need much supplemental water and, therefore, the homeowner is being frugal with his or her water application. This may actually be...Learn more
Season of Inspiration

Season of Inspiration

August 29, 2008 | Matt Cole
This is the season of inspiration. I know everyone talks about gardening in the spring, but this is the time of year that motivates me. Every garden has come into its own. Yards, parks, estates, landscapes: by now you know what they are going to be. Thick slabs of watermelon, backlogs of zuchini,...Learn more