Places to Visit & Featured Vendors
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Denver Botanic Gardens is centrally located at 1007 York Street in Denver, just 10 minutes east of downtown and one mile north of the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. Click here for more info, including hours, admission and accessibility. Here is information about parking and transportation to the Gardens.
Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield is a working farm located along the banks of Deer Creek in southern Jefferson County. Bring your binoculars and wander the many trails. The area is known for exceptional bird watching. Click here for more information.
Mount Goliath, a mountain peak section of the Mount Evans area, is accessible by the M. Walter Pesman Trail and is located 17 miles from Idaho Springs within the Arapaho National Forest. This trail winds through subalpine and alpine areas where wildflowers and animals live amid grand mountain vistas and the sculptured, grizzled beauty of the bristlecone pines. Click here for more information.
The Butterfly Pavilion is an invertebrate zoo with four indoor interactive exhibits including a tropical rain forest conservatory with 1,600 free flying butterflies, and outdoor gardens and nature trail. More information here.
Desert Botanic Gardens, Phoenix Arizona.
Daniel Perry & Socorro Gonzalez – Rio Grande Cacti
Gary Davis – Blazing Star Greenhouse
Sarah, Kathy & Woody Minnich – Cactus Data
Kelly Grummons (Denver), ColdHardyCacti.com
The Emerald Leaf Wholesale Greenhouse
Donnie Barnett specializing in Agave, Cold Hardy Cactus and Succulents
Mile High Urban Farming
Carol Wichern (Missouri) – Pottery and gifts
The Clay Center of Northern Colorado
George Newman – Artist & Grower
Penny Woolsey (Denver) – Pottery
Wendy Kochar- Pottery
Brian Johnson – Multimedia Cactus Artist
ALL ITS OWN William Haggerty
Anh Ngo – Pottery
Edie Marie Ceramics