Here in the Front Range area we are considered both a high plains and an intermountain region. There is an expansive selection of attractive plants that thrive here while offering food and habitat for native wildlife. Thanks to the Plant Select® program, the selection has been researched and streamlined to take out the guesswork for you, the gardener!
Come visit our very own 2019 Butterfly Pavilion here at Gulley Greenhouse and Garden Center! From June 1st to June 8th you can explore our free event and learn more about nature’s fluttering pollinators. We will have monarch butterflies flying freely in our butterfly enclosure which is open to the public during regular business hours (9 am – 7 pm, Mon thru Sun) Hatch-Your-Own butterfly kits will be for sale Tuesday and Thursday afternoons will have a free drop-in kid’s craft between 1-3pm Butterfly checklists are available for both Larimer County and the Front Range area
Recently every night on the news we are reminded of the drought our state is now experiencing. It is very important to know how to create a water-wise garden and grow plants that require less additional water. At the greenhouse, we hear that customers want to save water, but don’t want their yard to look like a desert. It is possible to reduce your water consumption and still have a beautiful garden.