GARDEN TIPS For a Great Fall
In the Colorado Springs area, we plant garlic the first week in October. Fall is also the best time to amend your soil. Check out other helpful tips by clicking on "Garden Tips". Happy Gardening!
Thank you to our amazing Matching Grant Sponsors for the 2017 Give! Campaign!
The support from these individuals, businesses and organizations is in part what keeps our programs,
classes and gardens growing. Thank you!
Don's Garden Shop
Good Earth Garden Center
Harding Nursery, Inc.
Michael & Theresa Rigney
Mile High Gourmet Garlic
Over Easy A Daytime Eatery
Pikes Peak Urban Gardens Board of Directors
Rocky Mountain Worm Company
Spencer's Produce, Lawn & Garden Centers, Inc.
Timberline Landscaping, Inc.
Mark your calendars for our participation in the 2017 Give! Campaign;
November 1 - December 31.
Your support is imperative to our success, and we are forever grateful.
Volunteer with us! Your donated time is very valuable to us.
PPUG exists and is able to do all the things it does through grants and generous donations from people like you. Every donated dollar counts. Thank you for your support!
Become a PPUG Member and receive discounts at local garden shops, volunteer to help at our gardens or perhaps donate to the cause.
"Creating Places Where People Meet to Grow"
We manage several community gardens in the Pikes Peak region. Contact us to join one of our gardens, or let us help you find a garden near you.
Classes, garden tours and special garden events are held throughout the year. We'd love to have you join us.
Harlan Wolfe Ranch is our learning and teaching garden located at 915 W. Cheyenne Road in Colorado Springs. Find out how you can be part of
"Thyme Shares" at Harlan Wolfe Ranch.
Purchase "The Backyard Vegetable Gardening Guide" by Larry Stebbins, a three season hoop tunnel and more.
Contact us with your questions or suggestions. We are here to help.
Want to learn how to compost, prepare your soil, grow great veggies? We have put together tips and suggestions for the beginner or seasoned gardener.
Each year the number of acres of land used to produce food in the U. S. is decreasing. This forces us to obtain more of our food from foreign sources. These sources may not be dependable in the near future. Who is going to grow our food if we don't?