The Best Roses for Colorado Gardens: New & Overlooked Varieties
Backyard Composting Workshop
March Bird Walk
Whether you are new to beekeeping or want to deepen your knowledge, there's a class or event for you!
Take a bird walk through The Gardens, hone your pruning skills in the Rose Garden, or learn how to build a vegetable garden in your back yard - there's a class for every nature lover!
Enjoy the tranquility and restorative nature of your surroundings while practicing yoga or joining in a drum circle.
Kids & Families
Hudson Gardens offers numerous programs and events throughout the year designed especially for adults and children to learn, explore, and connect with nature together!
Calling all Girl and Boy Scouts to explore the natural wonders of Hudson Gardens! Check out our teacher-guided Hudson Explorer Packs to find a program that’s best for your scout group.
Stop by the Apiary while Hudson Gardens’ beekeepers are working their hives, and observe live, active beehives and real-life management techniques. These sessions offer the opportunity to simply observe, or, to seek answers to all of the questions you have about beekeeping that you’ve never had the chance to ask!
Drop by the Vegetable Garden to observe Colorado Master Gardener Volunteers doing what they do best! The Gardeners will be available June through September to answer your questions and give advice on vegetable gardening in Colorado. There will also be opportunities to observe bed preparation, planting, weeding, harvesting and more from the experts who plant and maintain Hudson Gardens’ Vegetable Garden each year.
Everyone loves a good old-fashioned scavenger hunt! Seasonal Nature Hunts are available for families and children to borrow during their visit. The Nature Hunt will help you discover the sights, sounds, and scents of Hudson Gardens’ plants and wildlife. Nature Hunts are available in the Welcome Center and can be borrowed free of charge.