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Scientific Highlights – Now Online

May 11, 2020 Stephanie White
Before the Gardens temporarily closed its doors to the public in response to COVID-19, scientists finished up a publication highlighting the research, conservation and science outreach we have led
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Food Donation, Now More Than Ever

May 5, 2020 Brien Darby
At Denver Botanic Gardens, we love all things food. Whether working in our community supporting agriculture (CSA) fields, urban farm projects, community garden plots or Le Potager kitchen garden, our
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Eternal Greece

January 23, 2020 Panayoti Kelaidis
Join us on a magical “Garden of the Gods” tour to Greece! Last year I had the privilege of revisiting Greece in the spring at the height of super bloom season in April. Like most Mediterranean
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Himalayan Super Bloom: How About China?

January 7, 2020 Panayoti Kelaidis
Colorado wildflower lovers know that the Rockies seem to have a super bloom every year in the high mountains. The Himalayas likewise have a reliable super bloom in the summer months—with a rather
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Thank You For Your Donation to the Gardens!

December 11, 2019 Robert Price
Colorado Gives Day was December 10 but it’s not too late to make your gift to Denver Botanic Gardens. If you already made your gift, THANK YOU! The difference you make is profound. Your gift will help
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From The Stans With Love

October 11, 2019 Kevin Williams
A 34-hour flight brought us 12 time zones away. We touched down in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, on the golden, late-summer steppe, with foothills and mountains to our left. It felt like landing outside of
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Mycological Splendor in the San Juans

October 7, 2019 Rick Levy
As we turned southward out of Montrose, the deep green of a damp forest surrounding the towering San Juan Mountains reassured us that this trip would prove worthwhile. Dr. Andy Wilson and I were
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Rare Spring Blooms

June 6, 2019 Michelle DePrenger-Levin
On the western slope of Colorado you will find populations of a rare ball cactus with lilac flowers that bloom a few days a year when the sun is shining and pollinators are flying. Each Colorado
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Steppe Grasslands

March 7, 2019 Panayoti Kelaidis
Of the many remarkable changes I’ve witnessed since I first came to work at Denver Botanic Gardens in 1980, none have excited and pleased me more than to watch as our horticultural staff have shifted

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