Welcome to Growing Gardens

Growing Gardens is a non-profit organization founded in 1998. 

Our Mission: To cultivate community through sustainable urban agriculture.

Our Vision: People experiencing a direct and deep connection with food, the land and each other.

 


Fresh News

Our final plant sale is this weekend - c'mon out, snow or shine!

It's not too late to get your locally grown, organic, and bee-safe veggie and herb starts, bee-safe annuals & perennials, water-wise plants, natives, grasses, berries and more from Growing Gardens! Grab a friend and stop by our third and final plant sale of the year. We will also have our 2017 merchandise for sale, including kids tees, adult tees, and trucker hats!

Saturday & Sunday, May 20th & 21st from 8am-4pm

1630 Hawthorn Avenue, Boulder, CO 

We do need volunteers for our final plant sale; click here to view open spots.

2016 Plant Sale Girls with Lettuce

Mark Your Calendar & Fill Your Shopping Cart on June 6th at Lucky's Market!

10% of all Lucky's Market sales on June 6th will be donated to Growing Gardens' nonprofit programs!

Stock up on your bulk food for summer to make every penny count towards a meaningful cause!

 

 


 

Last chance to catch our Spring Gardening Series: "Pests & Diseases in Your Garden"

Saturday, June 17th9 - 11:30 am

Join us as we explore methods for managing pest and disease pressure in your garden throughout the growing season. We'll discuss prevention, identification, basic insect biology, organic treatment options, and how to create balanced and healthy garden ecosystems. In the second half of class we will tour the Growing Gardens organic farm for real world examples of each learning.

Cost: $40 
Instructors:
 Kevin Karl 

Click here to save your seat today.


There are still a few spots left in our Garden Gurus Full Day Summer Camp!

July 31st - August 4th

Garden Gurus Summer Camp is designed for children 8 - 11 years old. Camp is held at the Children’s Peace Garden (1630 Hawthorn Ave Boulder, CO 80304) Monday – Friday from 8:30am - 3:30pm. The cost is $308 per week per child.  

Using our favorite meals as a guide, we will learn how to grow much of the food that we enjoy eating and see in grocery stores! Through our garden design exercises, we’ll learn how to plan for our favorite meals and then plant and cultivate these ingredients in themed garden beds. In this fun, hands-on class, children will learn how to harvest ripe ingredients for at-home cooking, while continuing to care for plants still bearing fruit. We’ll learn important lessons on how each season influences the food that is available in the garden.

 

 

 

 
 
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