Gardening Projects

Hoe and Hope Garden Club Community Involvement

2018 – Hoe and Hope members are still busy volunteering! For some of the Community Involments please go to the Resources tab, then pick Articles from the pull-down menu, the click on Civic Activities Committee.


We came, we saw, we planted bunches and bunches of flats with vegetable seeds so we also conquered.  Sure some seeds were so tiny that a person wished they had brought reading glasses but all in all a fine time was had.  We planted and chatted and planted some more.  We wandered the greenhouse to admire all the sprouting seedlings. If you would like to purchase some wonderful plant and veggie starts the Growing Gardens plant sale takes place at the greenhouse 1630 Hawthorn Ave., Boulder on the first three weekends in May from 8:00am – 4:00pm.  Oh, and then there was the reward at the end of our project – coffee and pastries at Lucky’s!  Yum!



In September volunteers got together and did some cleaning up of the gardens at the Callahan House.



Adventurous volunteers from the club made their way up the hill to the green house at Rocky Mountain National park .  With gentle June breezes blowing to help keep the workers cool, over 450 seedling pines were transplanted to larger pots.  These young tree will continue their growth for another couple of years before being planted in the park.


Volunteering at the Rocky Mountain National Park Greenhouse in late August.  We came, we saw, and we conquered a big pile of greenhouse pots and flats!


Spring Cleanup at Sandstone Ranch

A bright sunny day in early April turned out to be  perfect  for our annual clean-up and green-up at Sandstone Ranch.  The gardens surround an historic farm house.


The results of our fall bulb planting at Old Mill Park!


Senior Center Meals on Wheels Centerpieces

Each month Hoe and Hope members get together to create floral centerpieces for the clients of Meals on Wheels to enjoy at their daily luncheons.


Fall bulb planting at Old Mill Park

Over 400 spring blooming bulbs were planted by Hoe and Hope members!


Volunteering at Rocky Mountain National Park

The task for the day was transplanting seedlings for the re-vegetation of Bear Lake Road.