Where to Find Colorado Native Plants & Services
The following nurseries, garden centers, landscape designers, and landscape/lawn companies provide plants and services that support Colorado birds and wildlife. This is not a complete list. We do not endorse these businesses and provide this information only as a resource.
When shopping for Colorado native plants, use the scientific, botanical name. Common names vary from region to region and nursery to nursery and are sometimes also used for non-native ornamental plants of a different species. Example: the North American Linum lewisii could be called Lewis flax, blue flax, or prairie flax, and there is a similar European species that is also called blue flax or prairie flax.
Plant Sales, Nurseries, Garden Centers
High Plains Environmental Center (Loveland)
High County Gardens (online sales and shipping only)
Colorado Native Plant Society (online sale with pickup in Denver, Golden, Colorado Springs) – Spring/summer sales.
Douglas County Conservation District Native Plant Sale (online sale with pickup in Castle Rock) – Early spring sale.
Harlequin Gardens (Boulder) – Best selection of Colorado natives, also guaranteed organic and neonicotinoid pesticide free.
Tagawa Gardens (Centennial/Parker)
Echter’s Garden Center (Arvada)
Creekside Gardens (Littleton)
Highlands Garden Center (Centennial) – Carries some native plant selections
Landscape Designers & Lawn/Garden Maintenance
All Beings Ecoscapes (design) – Can include Audubon Rockies Habitat Hero certification as part of the design
Earth Love Gardens (design) – Includes Audubon Rockies Habitat Hero certification as part of the design
The Green Fuse (design, and eco friendly lawn/garden maintenance)
Cedar Hill Design (design) – Ask for Colorado native plant design
Norris Design (design) – Ask for designers who have expertise in Colorado native plant design
Roots to Deep Waters (design)
Pears to Perennials (design and eco friendly lawn/garden maintenance)