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The Ellipse in honor of Nancy Schotters



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Built and planted in the spring of 2014, The Ellipse in honor of Nancy Schotters is the newest garden area at Denver Botanic Gardens. The rose collection is accented with lilies, daylilies and hydrangea among other plants. Woodland paths flank either side of the walled entrance walkway. These all lead to the formal elliptical sunken garden and water feature in the interior of the garden.

A Chihuly sculpture was installed in this garden in December 2014. It was specially comissioned for Denver Botanic Gardens and is named Colorado.

For a list of plants in the Ellipse, Click Here.

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