The Goldsturm Black-Eyed Susan is a garden classic that is especially beautiful at this time of year. This bright and cheerful perennial looks gorgeous next to the purple Russian Sage outside our Welcome Center.
Statement I steal natural shapes for my sculpture. Animal bones and river stones feel familiar in my gut. They’re all over the place, and they’re beautiful. I take emotional resonance and apply it to beautiful shapes. The right emotion AND the right shape just might be powerful to the right person. Maybe it is a small example of how to …Read the Full Article
The newest Denver event venue is an unexpected location: Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery is an increasingly popular spot for fitness classes, workshops, networking and reunions. Seven Stones was a welcoming outdoor venue for the 30-year Family Reunion Picnic for Chatfield Senior High School’s first graduating class. Graduates were invited to bring their families for an afternoon of fun in …Read the Full Article
Seven Stones features an extensive variety of ornamental grasses, and this week, we are drawing attention to three of our favorites. Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass is a larger, very showy new cultivar of the native Blue Grama Grass. This robust clump grass with …Read the Full Article
Seven Stones Botanical Gardens Cemetery is delighted to partner with the Rox Arts Council in the 10th annual Douglas County Art Encounters program. In the next four issues of the Notebook, we’re introducing the artists and their personal philosophies. This week, meet Kimmerjae Macarus, who has crafted the stunning Mask of Breath: Self on display at Seven Stones. Statement I …Read the Full Article