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Annual Plant Sale is our primary fundraiser that supports conservation programs like workshops, grants and scholarships in Douglas County.

The Douglas County Conservation District’s Mission is helping people help the land by promoting projects through education to further sustainable use of natural resources. Plant sales are competitively priced, sourced from local nurseries for the most robust stock. Proceeds go right back into Douglas County conservation programs. Conservation means the three R’s; Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Growing these plants reduces water waste (xeric) and benefits the native animals as habitat and food (native). 

All Plant Sales are final. 

*** Plants are for pick up only at the Douglas County Fairgrounds at the end of the sale period.

We also sell seed mixes both native and adaptive mixes.

Feel free to order online and we will contact you within 24 hours to pick up your order, Monday – Friday, excluding holidays.

*** Seed Mixes are for pick up only at the Franktown Office.

Franktown Office is located within the USDA Service Center next to the Post Office in Franktown.

7516 E Hwy 86

Suite A

Franktown, CO 80116

May 12, 2020  Update


Thank you for your support!

The sale period has concluded and now it’s time to plan for Curbside Pickup.

Plant Sale Curbside Pickup


WHEN – Plant orders can be picked up on Thursday May 21 and Friday May 22.  10am – 6pm. We offer two days for pickup this year.  

IMPORTANT – Note large orders or customers who need a special accommodation will be by appointment.  Please contact Heather at if you need a special accommodation.  We are unable to hold onto orders not picked up therefore orders not picked are forfeit. Please contact us if you need a special accommodation. Email is best for this communication.

WHERE – Douglas County Fairgrounds – 500 Fairgrounds Rd, Castle Rock, CO 80104.  Follow Signs to Gate C  and access to Kirk Hall.  

HOW – In compliance with the State Public Health Orders we will conduct this Curbside Pickup. Please do wear a mask when communicating with our staff while seated in your vehicle.  Customers remain in their vehicle the entire time while at the Fairgrounds. We will load your order for you. If you want to further secure your plants in your vehicle, please do so outside of the fairground gates.  Customers will enter Gate C, drive up to Kirk Hall in one line, please follow signs. 

Please download your 2020 Planting Guide

Thank you,

Heather Kelly

District Manager

Douglas County Conservation District

  • Douglas County Native Permanent Mix – 1 hand-broadcast Acre Bag, 9.2 Pure Live Seed pounds.

  • Low Grow Grass See Mix