We loved seeing hundreds of butterflies at Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery this fall! Visit the scenic beauty for yourself; our gates are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. through November 1, after which time they’ll be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Just one year ago, Seven Stones held our official dedication event, and our grounds were blessed by Pastor Brett Garretson of Cherry Hills Community Church. Along with Pastor Brett’s blessing, he offered a gift of prayer and love to Seven Stones in the form of a beautifully constructed wire cross. This piece has greeted and comforted visitors at Seven Stones all year. …Read the Full Article
With the Halloween season here and bringing extra sweets for all, we thought this was the right time to highlight the Candy™ Coralberry shrub. This fun and lively shrub will continue to boast colorful berries this fall, even after most plants have dropped their flowers and leaves. Stop by Seven Stones to see how quickly you can spot this prominent …Read the Full Article
If you’re looking for a plant that is colorful, yet requires only light watering, the Penstemon MissionBells™ Deep Rose is a great option. This pretty plant also attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, making it another favorite at Seven Stones.
What an evening! Great music, fantastic art, snacks and beverages, a beautiful setting, friends and family…Time & Togetherness: Art Encounters on September 8 was a magical affair at Seven Stones. The Roxborough Arts Council (RoxArts) and Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery partnered to host the free community event. Seventeen local artists exhibited in all different mediums: jewelry, ceramics, photography, handcarved gourd baskets, …Read the Full Article
A trio of colorful perennials is adding cheer and dimension to the grounds at Seven Stones. Stop by to view the following Plant Select® plants at Seven Stones and more. Fire Spinner® Iceplant Little Trudy® Catmint Red Rocks® Penstemon