A deep black-burgundy flower in the arid plant house at DBR.
On my recent visit to the Denver Botanic Gardens I went into an area I almost never visit--the plant house for succulents and other plants normally found in dry and warm places. I found this beautiful many-petaled flower and a small clump of tiny blue ground-hugging flowers. No names were listed for either but I loved them both anyway. No matter how cold the weather and how sparse the plantings, I always find beauty there in some form. This day was no different.
Small blue beauties with white centers.