Denver Botanic Gardens annual plant and bulb sale

September 19 and 20, 2014
Denver Botanic Gardens’ annual Plant Sale takes place Friday and Saturday, September 19 and 20, 2014. Thousands of bulb varieties and unusual plants perfect for cool weather are available for purchase. Many plants are part of the Grown at the Gardens collection. Admission to the sale is free and takes place in the Gardens’ north parking lot. Regular admission applies if shoppers wish to explore the Gardens. Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m (Fri), 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Sat). All sales support the Gardens.October is a great time to plant for fall and winter interest. Fall-planted bulbs acclimate in the ground during the winter and often bloom months earlier than spring-planted specimens. Annuals, perennials, houseplants, evergreen shrubs, grasses, vines and deciduous trees and shrubs are among the sale offerings. Plants fit for many garden conditions are available, from shade to full sun and drought tolerant.The Gardens’ horticulture staff is on hand to provide valuable plant information, tips and to recommend the best plants for your garden. Early arrival is recommended as the more rare plants sell out fast. Visitors are welcome to bring a wagon to transport purchases.

Botanic Gardens annual plant and bulb sale
About Denver Botanic Gardens
Green inside and out, Denver Botanic Gardens began in 1951 and is considered one of the top botanical gardens in the United States and a pioneer in water conservation. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the Gardens’ living collections encompass specimens from the tropics to the tundra, showcasing a plant palette chosen to thrive in Colorado’s semi-arid climate. The Gardens is a dynamic, 24-acre urban oasis in the heart of the city, offering unforgettable opportunities to flourish with unique garden experiences for the whole family – as well as world-class education and plant conservation research programs. Additional sites extend this experience throughout the Front Range: Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield is a 750-acre native plant refuge with an active farm in Jefferson County; Mount Goliath is a high-altitude trail and interpretive site on the Mount Evans Scenic Byway. For more information, visit us online at

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