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


March Walking Tour - Marching into Spring

March 9, 2020 Cindy Newlander
As I write this, the Gardens is covered with a thick carpet of snow and snowflakes are gently falling again, but sunlight comes through my window ever later each day. March is usually the month that

A Bulb-tastic Wonderland

March 28, 2017 Mike Bone
Geophytes are an important part of the steppe climate. Some of the most recognizable geophytes are bulbs. Bulbs offer not only spring beauty but interest throughout the season. Bulbs can also be an

Denver's really secret garden....shhhhh!

March 22, 2011 Panayoti Kelaidis
Nearly ten years ago the seeds for a remarkable garden were planted when Wellington and Wilma Webb visited Versailles. They wanted a dramatic garden near the entrance of the city instead of the

Topsy turvy Crocuses...

October 20, 2009 Panayoti Kelaidis
Autumn is imbued with intimations of mortality: dying leaves, dormancy, doom, gloom, Hallowe'en colors and ghosts and spooks: Boo! Gardeners know another side of this "season of mists and mellow

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