News & Updates
With Covid-19 looming over all of us, we know many are struggling to maintain their mental and physical health. Gardening can offer both while maintaining social distance. We welcome you to be part of our active community growing locally sourced healthy food to feed our families and those in need. Sign up to our "Rose Roots Dirt" Newsletter to receive monthly garden updates. Sign up to receive a notification when an article is published on our Rose Roots Blog where we occasionally post Garden stories and inspiration for our Garden community.
Gardening is the New Getting Out!
Online Plot Registration:
Email to get a plot and start gardening! Registration open till June 1, 2020 but now is the time to plant!
Crusher Fines Wheelbarrow Party:
Date TBD. Come help get the weed barrier and crusher fines down to start off the 2020 Gardening season together!
Monthly All Gardener Meetings:
Repeat every month on the First Monday. Please join us to offer ideas and input. Check the Calendar for the latest updates.
Learn About Rose Roots Garden
Rose Roots Community Garden is a local Community Garden that brings together community members of all ages in the Arvada area. We’ve been working since 2012 to grow local and healthy produce in an open space that enables Arvada residents to be involved in planting, growing, and maintaining a garden. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a Green hand, we encourage you to join us and contribute towards making a difference. Meet our Community.
Latest Blog Posts
Our Happy Place
"The glory of gardening: hands in dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture the garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul."
~ Alfred Austin
Good Garden Times
Brian Newton, Gardener
What is cool about gardening with three generations in our family is getting to spend relaxed time outdoors with my family. It is so gratifying to see something flourish when you contribute.
Gina Schley, Founder
The process of helping develop this garden with our community has been life changing for our family. My children are growing up with their hands in the dirt and their community around them.
Laura Bennett, Gardener
I love growing my own organic food, sharing it with friends and family, and being part of a group that helps grow community.