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Plethodon emerges at Convergence Station

When Meow Wolf and the Denver Botanic Gardens united to adopt last March, they might have named their new baby Plantasia. Instead, the newly-partnered parents welcomed the Plethodon, a cosmic, … more

Steppe plants, from the wilds to your gardens

The steppe — a vast cold treeless plain. A seemingly endless horizon interrupted only by the faint jagged line of mountains in the distance. In summer, the grasses dance in the warm breeze. In the … more

What’s that buzz? A pollination syndrome in your garden

June is the time of year gardeners of the Denver-metro area are busy growing crops in hopes of an end-of-summer bounty of fruits and veggies to be harvested. Leading up to this harvest, gardeners … more

Three basic principles of propagating with cuttings

A beloved plant is showing signs that they have reached the end of their life span. You check your local nursery and can’t find an adequate replacement, nor any seed pods for your plant. What do … more

Spring garden clean-up

Living in Colorado, we plant our gardens a little later than other areas of the country. This is mostly due to our high elevation, which increases our chance of snow and freezing nighttime … more

The dried flower revival

If dried flowers make you think of withered Miss Havisham and her decaying wedding dress, then it’s time to raise your expectations. Today’s dried flowers are nothing like the faded flowers worn … more

Germination tricks of the trade

Seeds are quite amazing little capsules of information — it’s mind boggling that something that fits in the palm of your hand, or on the tip of your finger, can hold the information needed to … more
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