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The Gardens on Spring Creek has been working closely with the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County to ensure the safety of our guests, volunteers and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic through social distancing measures and capped attendance. All visitors - including Members - are required to reserve admissions tickets for a specific date and time prior to arriving at The Gardens. Visit the admissions page for ticketing information.

Visit The Gardens COVID-19 guidelines page to review all of our COVID-19 guidelines and procedures.

Go Public Gardens Days

Join the Gardens on Spring Creek for GO Public Gardens Days!  May 7 – 16, we will be joining sister gardens around the country to celebrate the beauty, learning, enrichment, escape and respite associated with public gardens.

During this time, the Gardens on Spring Creek will offer free admission to Members and those with memberships to other gardens in the American Horticultural Society.  Learn more about the reciprocal program here.

On May 7, our Butterfly House will be lit in green as part of the "Go Green" campaign, joining landmarks and public gardens across the country to "Go Green" to mark Go Public Gardens Day. 

We’ll also be celebrating with our annual Spring Plant Sale!  Designed to provide access to locally-grown native and regionally-appropriate annuals, perennials, herbs, and vegetables while funding important horticulture programming in Northern Colorado, this event is one that members of The Gardens and the community-at-large look forward to. 

Other activities during Go Public Gardens Days: