We have temporarily closed all Denver Botanic Gardens locations. Denver Botanic Gardens’ response to COVID-19

  • Community Supporting Agriculture (CSA) Fields

    The CSA program is the cornerstone of the Gardens’ Urban Food Initiatives, growing more than six acres of vegetables for subscribers and farm stands.

  • Corn Maze (September - October)

    Wind your way through seven acres of corn. Corn Maze can be viewed from two 15-foot tall illuminated bridges. Visitors under the age of 10 can explore the mini-maze.

  • Cut Flower Garden

    This garden features flower varieties that make great bouquets and thrive in Colorado’s climate. The garden helps to support the Gardens’ Urban Food Initiatives through the sale of fresh flower bouquets. Bouquets are sold to CSA shareholders and at the weekly farm stand at Union Station.

  • Herb Garden

    Fresh herbs from this garden are part of CSA members’ weekly produce share. Many favorite culinary herbs are well-suited for growing in our climate, and this garden features both annual and perennial herbs.

  • Iris Garden

    These 400 irises are rare historical varieties that otherwise might be lost to time. The collection is part of a nationwide horticultural heritage movement to preserve heirloom irises. Visit in late May or early June to see the garden in full bloom.

  • Janice Ford Memorial Dye Garden

    The Dye Garden features 15 varieties of dye plants used to color fabrics. Natural Dye Study Group of the Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild approached the Gardens to establish this unique garden. They collect and prepare plants for use in dyeing.

  • Market Garden

    The rows of vegetables grown on this one acre are part of our Urban Food Initiatives. The garden is dedicated to small-scale agriculture for demonstrations and education, and supplies vegetables for Farm Stands in areas with limited access to fresh food. ​

  • Mary Washburne Orchard

    In 2011, numerous apple, cherry and plum trees were planted to help re-create the orchard that the Hildebrands established on the ranch. There is also a grape trellis that supports numerous varieties of table and juice grapes.

  • Plant Select® Garden

    This garden displays low-water plants introduced by Plant Select, a collaborative program among the Gardens, Colorado State University and Colorado’s Green Industry. Each plant went through a rigorous process to determine its suitability for the High Plains-Intermountain Region.

  • Pumpkin Patch (During Pumpkin Festival in October)

    Enjoy a day of fall activities at the 10-acre pumpkin patch.