A new gardening club

2021 keeps bearing gifts with the formation of a new gardening club in my neighborhood. With so many lovely gardens, I was excited to see what wonders lie behind privacy fences. Unfortunately I missed the first day of tours. Maybe next year. Nothing is more fun than sharing your garden with friends. Like all artistic… Continue reading A new gardening club

iNaturalist – Nature observation for citizen science

iNaturalist is a phone app you can use to record the things you see in the natural areas you visit.  It easy to start. Sign up at the website, Download the app from your iphone or android store.  Sign-in and take a look at the Missions to get an idea of the plants, animals and… Continue reading iNaturalist – Nature observation for citizen science

Native Plant Conference 2019

February 16, 2019  8:30 4:30 Auraria Campus Tivolo Turnhalle Hall. There are things to be learned and great places to be. I will be attending the Colorado Native Plants conference next Saturday. This all day event features keynote speaker from Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. One of my favorite references for pictures of natives and their… Continue reading Native Plant Conference 2019

Lavender Festival 2016

It was great to spend time with my dearest friend Brenda at the Chatfield Farm at Denver Botanic Gardens. Showing off over 800 lavender plants of many varieties, the lavender festival catered to all visitors with garden tours, food, and many vendors selling products made from the plant. In my garden,  ‘Provence’ has done well,… Continue reading Lavender Festival 2016

Open Days Denver 2012

View towards the rock garden

This year my friend Brenda and I visited three of the five private Denver area gardens that were open to the public for the day.  Each visit was $5 per  person collected to support  Garden Conservancy projects that have helped preserve over 90 American gardens. Each garden was a site to behold, the work and… Continue reading Open Days Denver 2012

7-19-2011 Recycle your nursery pots at DBC

Can’t figure out what to do with all those plastic pots from spring planting? Recycle them at the Denver Botanic Gardens during our FREE day on July 19! Put it on your calendar today.

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