Become a Master Gardener!

master gardenersApplications will not be available until Fall 2014 for the 2015 Season. If you have any questions about the Colorado Master Gardener Program or Colorado Gardener Certificate Program, please visit the CMG website at www.cmg.colostate.edu or you can call the CSU Extension office in Broomfield at 720.887.2286.

Master Gardeners

Do you have questions about your garden, turf, trees, soil, mulch or flowers?  Colorado Master Gardeners volunteers have the answers. 


Colorado Master Gardeners of Broomfield:

Available Mondays and Thursdays 10am - 1pm

24 hr. Helpline: 303.464.5554

Email: coopext_broomfield_mg@mail.colostate.edu

 

tree planting

Research-based informational Fact Sheets on gardening and horticulture topics are available online at the CSU Extension website or at the CSU Extension office in Broomfield. 

Broomfield Xeriscape Demonstration Garden

prarie winecups

Prairie Winecups
(Callirhoe invulucrata)

Need ideas for your own backyard? You are invited to stop by the Broomfield Xeriscape Demonstration Garden throughout the seasons to see what's new.

The garden is located next to the City and County building at 1 DesCombes Dr.

The Broomfield Xeriscape Demonstration Garden is a collaboration between the City and County of Broomfield, Denver Botanic Gardens and the Colorado State University Extension in Broomfield.The garden is also a Plant Select Demonstration Garden. 

lowboy pyracantha
Lowboy Pyracantha
(Pyracantha coccinea ‘Lowboy’)

As one of their inaugural projects the first class of Master Gardeners trained in Broomfield County designed and helped plant the garden.  The garden demonstrates the principles of xeriscape and showcases the wide variety of water-wise plants available.  Our thanks to the many community volunteers and Broomfield Master Gardeners who helped plant the Broomfield Xeriscape Garden.