High Altitude Gardening Classes
CSU Grand Community Gardens
Colorado Masters Gardener Volunteers of Grand County
Mountain Parks Electric Community Room
Session 1: May 3, 2014
1:00 to 4:00 PM
Soils, Amendments, and Fertilizers
What Can We Grow?
Seed Selection and Transplants
Session 2: May 4, 2014
1:00 to 4:00 PM
Garden Planning and Design
Maintaining the Vegetable Garden
Learn the basics of successful vegetable gardening in our challenging Grand
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Get Your Own Vegetable Garden Plot
If you have not reserved a plot for yourself , you may do so now. There are 4
community garden sites in Grand County. Each one has raised beds of varying
sizes, regular automatic watering, good soil and fences to keep the critters out. If you
are new to gardening there are plenty of people at each site, including the site
coordinator, who can give you gardening tips and help you be a successful
gardener. Watch for the announcement of gardening classes in the spring.
You may print a 2014 application at the site of your choice by clicking below.
Hot Sulphur Springs
Here is a photo sampling of each of the gardens in the summer of 2013.
HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS 2013
On the left, Agribon was used to cover some vege beds. The plants in these beds matured faster and grew bigger .
On the right, giant cabbage and kale are loving their raised bed
Kremmling Gardens 2013
On the left is a successful rented bed.
On the right is a bed rented by the Family Mountain Center. Lots of yummy food in each of these.
Granby Gardens 2013
On left--Lots of green in the Granby garden. It is located on a hill in Granby, next to Morales Park, on Garnet Rd.
On the right--a lovely cauliflower, grown in the Granby gardens.
Fraser Valley Community Gardens 2013
On the left--one of 4 gardens that the children at the Rec Center successfully grew many crops.
On the right--tomatoes trying to turn red in the hoop house.