Tap into the expertise of Colorado Master Gardeners at Denver Botanic Gardens. Free with Gardens admission.
Colorado Master Gardeners are on-site at the Gardening Help desk in the Helen Fowler Library, accessible with regular admission, on the following days:
- April – Oct.: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; Noon – 4 p.m.
- Nov. – March: Tuesday, Noon – 4 p.m.
- Gardens Navigator — Locate and learn about thousands of plants from Denver Botanic Gardens' collections, learn more about the Gardens and its exhibitions, and create a personalized tour.
- Plant Select® — Plant names, color photos, growing tips and basic information for gardens from the high plains to the intermountain region.
- Planttalk® Colorado — Timely and reliable essays on all aspects of horticulture and gardening in Colorado. Find Xeriscape practices here.
- Plant Something Colorado — Inspiration and information from pros who know what it takes to grow a beautiful, bountiful landscape in Colorado.
Alert From the Experts!
The emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) has been confirmed in Colorado. This invasive Asian beetle has decimated ash trees in the Midwest since its discovery in 2002, costing millions of dollars to homeowners and cities. Early detection is key to controlling the emerald ash borer! Look for signs of infestation and report them to your county extension office.
Visit the Colorado Department of Agriculture for more info.
Gardening Help is a joint program of the Colorado State University Extension and Denver Botanic Gardens.