About the Plant Something Movement
Plant Something Colorado is part of a nationwide movement that was first established by the Arizona Nursery Association. With other gardeners and plant lovers across the country, we seek to inspire, encourage, and educate people on the extraordinary value of plants – for our communities, our states, and our world. Our flourishing initiative is provided by the Colorado Nursery and Greenhouse Association (CNGA) with the guidance of Plant-Something.org.
Plant strong all year long
Get monthly tips to stay one step ahead in your garden at every time of the year.
Discover landscape drought-savvy practices to save water and keep your plants healthy.
Get in the zone
See which plants are likely to thrive in your area with the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map.
One of the best resources for Colorado gardeners are the local garden centers in your community. Independent garden centers provide top-quality plants, along with trained professionals who are passionate and knowledgeable about gardening.
Colorado State University Extension
The Yard & Garden section of the Colorado State University Extension features educational online resources, documents, publications, news, and programs on successful, responsible gardening in Colorado.
Colorado nursery & Greenhouse association
The Colorado Nursery & Greenhouse Association is a nonprofit trade association of professionals that offers education, legislative advocacy, fellowship, certification, training and operational support. CNGA is the supporting entity behind the Plant Something Colorado initiative.
Sponsored by Colorado State University, Planttalk Colorado is a collection of research-based gardening information for the diverse Colorado climate. Newcomers to Colorado will find specific resources for successful gardening.