The Garden Club
of Denver

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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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Conservation Committee Kick-off

Hello Conservation Committee members! We look forward to the next two years of robust conversations and activities focusing on conservation issues affecting our community, our nation and our planet. There are no shortages of topics and resources available to us for sharing ideas and solutions. We look forward to you joining us in the conversation. Our first meeting will be at Suellen’s home on Tuesday, September 20 at 10 a.m. We hope all members attend and contribute ideas for speakers, field trips or activities. An invitation
will be sent soon.

38th Annual Fête des Fleurs

On Friday, August 26th the Denver Botanic Gardens hosted the 38th Annual Fête des Fleurs.  715 guests were welcomed into the gardens for the Fête chaired by GCD member, Becky Schaub, and…

Petal Power Horticulture Workshop

On Wednesday, September 14 several GCD members ventured out to the DBG Denver Botanic Gardens – Chatfield Dye Garden for an awesome workshop called Petal Power. The dye garden is full of different varieties…

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…

GCA History Tidbits

Have you ever been curious about GCA History?  In the GCA March 2018 quarterly business…

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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.