While 2020 has been a rough year for many, the garden thrived and shared it's bounty with many groups and individuals in need. Working in the garden also soothed many restless souls and offered a place of respite in uncertain times. We look forward to another season filling all our plots with produce and flowers to share!
Reasons to Join Us
Would you like to grow your own fresh organic vegetables?
Looking to get outside and change to a healthier lifestyle?
Would you like to support local community through food donations?
Rose Roots Mission
To restore bonds between people food and nature and to work together to create a better local food system for our community and future generations.
About our Plots
Your annual plot fee is based on the size you'd like to reserve:
$75 15'x15' plots
$45 half plot 7.5' x 15' plots
$35 Raised ADA plots appx 4'x6'x3'
Fees include water, tools, fertilizer, workshops, garden concerts and socials, and the opportunity to meet your neighbors!
Note: Twelve service hours are required per plot per year.
Reserve Your Plot for 2021
Email email@example.com to reserve your plot.
Note: If you are not currently a member, you will be added to our waitlist. In March we will ask all returning gardeners if they plan to return to determine which plots are available for those on the waitlist.
The garden will reopen in March 2021. If you reserve a plot, you will be notified when our Partner Denver Urban Gardens (DUG) will be collecting registration fees online.
Join our Mailing List to receive occasional updates.
Plan Ahead: Growing Season in Colorado
-March, April: You can start planting vegetables now that thrive in cool weather like broccoli, brussels sprouts, carrots, cabbage, kale, lettuce, swiss chard, spinach, radishes, rutabaga, cauliflower, beets, peas, onions and potatoes.
Note: Tomatoes, Eggplants and peppers take longer to mature so you can plant those as seedlings and/or grow your own indoors and transplant them after the last frost in May).
-Late April/May: Plant summer vegetables like beans, cowpeas, corn, squashes, pumpkins, cucumbers, watermelons, gourds, and sunflowers, or start indoors now and transplant seedlings after the danger of last frost has passed.
-June-Oct: Replant things that go to seed, Harvest until Mid to late October. Donate extra food to Arvada Food Bank (We donated over 3,000 pounds last year!)
All Experience Levels Welcome!
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