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

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The Intuitive Prints of Taiko Chandler

December 30, 2021 Jen Tobias

Taiko Chandler composes her prints experimentally by combining shapes, colors, lines and textures to explore her memories of nature and family. On display in her exhibition The Indelible Garden are

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Textile and Tradition in Fervor

September 15, 2021 Exhibits Department

Combining a variety of media, Fervor is a layered sensory landscape dedicated to nature. Embroideries created in response to bird sounds float from the ceiling, mountainous tulle sculptures hold court

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Four Reasons Fall Is for Members

August 24, 2021 Tiffany Coleman

Autumn is right around the corner, and before you sigh because that means summer is ending, I want to show all the reasons why fall at the Gardens is a very, very good thing. 5 Special Events (with

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Casting Nature: The Process of Yoshitomo Saito

July 23, 2021 Exhibits Department

I like the fact that bronze can look like stone, mineral, wood, fabric or plastic. It can become something else. -Yoshitomo Saito Tokyo-born artist Yoshitomo Saito started working in bronze in 1983

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Salvador Dalí’s Strange Fruit Garden

July 15, 2021 Exhibits Department

On view at the Gardens through August 22, Salvador Dalí: Gardens of the Mind features prints of strange and fanciful plants by renowned Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí. Mixing flora with the artist’s

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Home Is Where the History Is

July 13, 2020 Stephanie White

While the Freyer – Newman Center has yet to open to the public, we have been diligently working behind closed doors to transfer non-living collections to their new homes in the Center. These

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Eighties Pop in the Annuals Garden and Pavilion

June 15, 2018 Bridget Blomquist
I was born in the mid-1970s and have such fond memories of growing up in the 1980s. For me, the 80s proved a dynamic and exciting time to be a kid where music and pop culture were just a flick of the

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