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

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April Walking Tour – Shady Lane

April 2, 2021 Mario Bertelmann

It is a beautiful spring morning and you have just arrived at Denver Botanic Gardens for a relaxing stroll. The birds are singing, and the spring bulbs are blooming. The trees and shrubs are budding

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March Walking Tour – What's in Bloom

March 1, 2021 Annie Barrow

You may be surprised to learn that many species of plants produce flowers in March, from bulbs to the lesser-known variety of perennials, shrubs and ornamental trees that offer fragrance and color in

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February Walking Tour – Making One Last Stand

February 2, 2021 Dan Johnson

There’s something to be said for things that survived 2020, even in the world of plants. Wandering the Gardens in February and March, we still see the skeletal remains of the 2020 flower show, and it

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January Virtual Walking Tour – Tropicals

January 6, 2021 Nick Snakenberg

In a normal January, we usually offer a walking tour of some of the indoor tropical display areas. This year has been anything but normal. Since this tour must be virtual and walking around the

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July Walking Tour - Container Displays

July 2, 2020 Jennifer Miller

Now that it’s July and seedlings have had time to root in, container displays around the Gardens are taking off -- bulking up in size, spilling over edges and launching flower stalks. Come with me as

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June Walking Tour - Shade Gardens

June 3, 2020 Mario Bertelmann

As we approach the heat of summer, shade becomes an invaluable resource for rest, relaxation and refuge from the intense Colorado sunshine. Denver Botanic Gardens has several shade gardens at York

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