The Garden Club
of Denver

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Our 2022 annual Amaryllis bulbs will be available on June 1st!.

Be sure to order early!

Our large and festive Amaryllis bulbs make wonderful gifts for the holidays. Proceeds go to the Garden Club of Denver’s Community Outreach programs, enhancing the beauty and preserving the ecosystems of Denver and surrounding cities.


“Founded on a mutual love for gardening and the natural beauty of Colorado, the Garden Club of Denver seeks knowledge and expertise in horticulture, conservation, floral design and photography and shares these ideas and skills with its members and the community.”

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Home Composting

After watching a segment on Denver Composting on the PBS News hour, I have been obsessing about how I can start composting without actually having to manage a composting bin myself. I…

Some Tips for DesigningYour Outdoor Pots

Start with an empty pot. Form a ball of chicken wire to insert in your container or fill with dirt. (Do not water before arranging as the dirt may freeze.) There are some advantages…

Tish Szurek

Plant Supports and Creative Staking

by Tracy Zarlengo Have you been looking for a way to keep certain plants in your garden from flopping over and creating chaos? Are you looking for an alternative to metal cages…

The Sweet Look of Success – From Seed To Blooms

In February, you joined 30 GCD members in our seed starting workshop and took home Floret Farm seeds. Varieties included Zinnia elegans ‘Oklahoma Pink’ and ‘Golden Hour', Cosmos bipinnatus ‘Apricot Lemonade’ and ‘Double Click Cranberries’, Ocimum basilicum…


From the Archives of American Gardens (AAG) Written by Julie Hunter, AAG/GCA Garden History & Design…

GCA Scholarship Winner

Recently Garden Club of Denver members learned more about The Garden Club of America’s Scholarship…

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The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just on the body, but the soul.