Back to the DBG! Today we're in the far corner visiting the Rock Alpine Garden as well as the Cactus and Succulent House.
Rocks were a major theme in all of the gardens we visited during the Denver Fling. I thought they were wonderful but think a few other "Flingers" may have burnt out on them.
Naturally, there were a lot of crevice gardens.
But there were also lots of boulder-sized rocks. That's the Cactus and Succulent House in the distance.
This was the only image I took inside the house. It was full of screaming children, I had to leave.
Back outside and there are...more rocks!
I think that's Yucca harrimaniae, or maybe Yucca nana, blooming to the right of the rocks.
As you've no doubt gathered from my previous posts from the Denver (+Fort Collins, +Boulder) Fling, there were also a lot of sempervivum.
All grown perfectly.
Here's a garden on top of a rock.
Those are tough plants.
Another style of crevice garden.
Oh, and there were saxifraga too...
So many rocks. I think I need more rocks...
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