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Archiving, Imaging and Discovering

November 11, 2019 Stephanie White
In spring 2020, research and conservation herbarium staff – along with the natural history collections – will move from the lower level of the Boettcher Memorial Center to the ground level of the
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Test Tube Nature

November 8, 2019 Horticulture Intern
My time here at Denver Botanic Gardens has been nothing short of profound expression. As a spectator in the Gardens, it feels like a dream. Through the eyes of a summer intern, I am a dreamworker
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Popping the Question? We Can Help!

November 5, 2019 Special Events
If you’re planning the perfect proposal for the love of your life, there’s no better setting than Blossoms of Light. Our Merry & Bright engagement package includes everything you’ll need to make your
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November Walking Tour - Persistent Fruit

November 1, 2019 Cindy Newlander
While many may prefer the bright and garish flowers found in the height of summer, November’s offerings come in a different form – persistent fruit. You might be familiar with orchards of apples
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Teens at the Gardens!

October 29, 2019 Melissa Gula
In anticipation of the completion of the Freyer – Newman Center, which will house a newly constructed library, research labs and art galleries, Denver Botanic Gardens is hosting teen-only focus groups
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Host Your Holiday Event at Chatfield Farms

October 25, 2019 Pablo Zacarias
Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms in Littleton, CO has two venues for your holiday event! Whether you have a smaller group or a large company holiday party to plan, we have the perfect spot for
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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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The Life of a Plant Mapper

October 2, 2019 Horticulture Intern
To my friends in college I was always the crazy plant lady with a baby palm tree in her apartment, but I’ve found that here at Denver Botanic Gardens I’m the least “planty” of the plant people. I just

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