Greetings and salutations, everyone; yes, once again it is I, Chess the excellent purebred border collie, filling in for the guy I live with (I had to, because he left me at home), and here to bring you some pictures of Denver Botanic Gardens in January. You may remember me from such posts as “Guarding The Fort”, among so many, many others in which I was left alone.
Even with the steak, I got left all alone today, because the guy I live with said he “had” to go to Denver Botanic Gardens, and he did. I’m going to post some pictures he took to prove he went there, and didn’t just leave to get away from me and my need for steak.
The rock garden.
The dwarf conifer garden, mostly (if not all) conifers from Jerry Morris.
The library. The guy I live with says this is a very cool place. He and my mommy used to spend hours here, and me and my buddy Slipper, or the border collies who were here before us, had to spend a lonely day at home.
Some other pictures. This is an oak.
The weeping sequoia. It has a little winter burn, but it will recover.
Its bark. The guy I live with took this because he knows I like pictures of bark.
And lastly, the single-leaf pinyon, Pinus monophylla.
Until next time, then.