Yes, Denver's just seen mid-April snow. But spring is here, and it's bound to be planting time soon.
Despite being shut down over COVID-19, the Denver Botanic Gardens will hold its seventieth annual Spring Plant Sale, with online sales and a drive-thru pick-up at the York Street location.
A variety of plants will be available, including aquatics, container gardens in a bag, fruits, berries, vegetables, herbs, houseplants, rock alpine, seeds, specialty succulents, summer bulbs and more — many grown at the Gardens.
Members and non-members alike can shop early online — before the sale officially starts — at 10 a.m. Monday, April 27, for $25. Register for the pre-sale at the Denver Botanic Gardens website through noon April 24. New memberships and renewals will be accepted through April 24 for those wanting to participate in the sale.
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Those members and volunteers willing to wait can shop online for what's left from 10 a.m. April 28 through 4 p.m. May 1.
Pre-ordered plants will be available for timed pick-up on the top deck of the parking structure from May 6 through May 9. Social distancing will be enforced; no exchanges or returns will be permitted.
To shop online, go to the Denver Botanic Gardens website.