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Enjoy "Digging Into the Gardens" blog, written by Denver Botanic Gardens' staff.

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The return of Lil' Stinker

June 17, 2022 Nick Snakenberg

The first corpse flower (Amorphophallus titanum) to bloom in cultivation was grown at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and blossomed in 1889. Even though more than 130 years have passed, it wasn’t

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May Walking Tour – Cool Season Vegetables

May 3, 2022 Ebi Kondo

Mid-April is the time we start planting spring vegetables in Le Potager. All the vegetables have been propagated from seeds during the cold winter days in our greenhouse by our talented propagation

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Earth Day 2022 at Denver Botanic Gardens

April 18, 2022 Mario Bertelmann

Earth Day is almost here. This is a great day to celebrate our planet and show our appreciation for all it provides us with by implementing more sustainable practices to our daily lives and routines

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Make Your Event Flourish at the Gardens

April 13, 2022 Special Events

Enjoy spring at the Gardens! Take advantage of this season to see new growth and notice the small things in life that bring so much joy. Colorful tulips popping up, birds singing and new plants

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April Walking Tour – Architectural Plants

April 4, 2022 Annie Barrow

Architectural plants provide a visual structure and framework as well as a year-round presence in the garden. Plants don’t have to be woody to lend structure to the garden; perennials, grasses

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The Start of Something Big

March 30, 2022 Brian Vogt

The next several months will be the start of something big; actually, several big somethings. The first comes in April when the beloved O’Fallon Perennial Walk is planted anew. Under the guidance of

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March Walking Tour – Woodland Mosaic

March 1, 2022 Mario Bertelmann

Believe it or not, March is here, and spring is upon us. And come spring, the most exciting place in Colorado to be is Denver Botanic Gardens! As the days grow longer again and the weather warms

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