A Denver Urban Flower Farm

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About Infinite Garden

Inspired by the beauty of flowers and fueled by wine, the Infinite Garden is an urban flower farm supported by the Infinite Monkey Theorem Winery in the RiNo District of Denver.  

Summer Events

Monday and Thursday evenings from August to early October:

Cut your own bouquet night:  come to the garden and cut your own bouquet of farm-fresh flowers into a mason jar!  Take home a wrapped bouquet or bring a vase and arrange your flowers while you enjoy wine!

*New this year!  Take home a bunch of herbs or edible flowers for $5

Cutting night wine specials: $5 can of wine and/0r 20% off to-go bottles

 

Wednesday nights August 18-September 8, 6-7pm:

Meditation at the Gardens: a 4-part series with Sarah Adleman: 

Lose the mind. Find the heart. Be in peace. Come together in a supportive, inclusive community to explore the world inside, train the thoughts, or simply be with the breath.  Come for one session or all four, classes will involve a brief introduction to the focus of the evening and individual practice.  Donations to Environmental Living for Kids will be accepted.

 

 

 

September, TBD:

Frose and Bouquet!

Come to the IMT patio for bouquet making and frose!

Your time will include 2 glasses of frozen rose, a brief talk on the elements of bouquet making and a wine can bouquet that you will make yourself from Infinite Garden flowers!  Sign up coming soon!

September, TBD

Infinite Garden Fall Harvest Market

We will host an end of season farmers market with bouquets, pumpkins, and craft items!

 

Available upon request: 

  • Flowers for private events and classes for 10 or less participants 

  • Reservations for events in the inner garden


 

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About the Farmer

Amy Berryman has been managing the infinite garden for three seasons.  An occupational therapist by day and a farmer florist also by day, she is passionate about growing living things and enjoys providing space for people to gather and interact with nature.