Buy your plants online and pick them up at the Gardens!

Things have been different for most of us this past year, but the Denver Botanic Gardens is dedicated to keeping its traditional events alive. Last year, the Gardens' much-anticipated spring plant sale was held online for the first time, and it has been decided to hold the annual event virtually this year, as well. 

You will be able to shop online for your favorite plants, and then pick up your orders from May 6-9.

How It Works:

Early Access Shopping (Tickets), April 26 

Members and nonmembers can buy tickets for this early access event. A limited number of tickets will go on sale on March 30 and cost $25. Be sure to get yours as soon as you can before they sell out. Members will receive 10 percent off all purchases.

Online Store Open (Free), April 27-29

These dates are open to all, and no tickets are required. The store will remain open until 4 p.m. on April 29, while supplies last. Members will receive 10 percent off all purchases.

Pick-Up, May 6-9

Timed order pick-up will take place on May 6-9 on the top deck of the parking structure. A garden staff member will load items in your car to ensure social distancing. 

Last-Chance Sale (In-Person), May 10-11:

Remaining inventory will be available at the Gardens. Admission is free, but reservations will be required. Products will be limited.

Additional Information for the Sale: 

  • An online catalog that lists all of the available plants will be available in mid-April. Selections at the time of purchase are subject to availability.
  • You will be able to choose species and varieties in the online store but will not be able to pick specific plants. 
  • If a particular item is not available at the time your order is fulfilled, you will be refunded for that item.
  • Plant pick-up will be rain or shine. No returns or exchanges.

You can learn more about this year's Spring Plant Sale on the Denver Botanic Gardens website.

Are you an annual shopper of the Gardens' spring sale? How did the online sale last year work for you? Let us know in the comments.