Locations for recycling

Keep the Plants, We'll take the Pots

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Garden Centers of Colorado and their participating members are concerned about our environment and want to do our part in keeping our planet clean. We have launched a program for you to participate as well by dropping off various gardening products to be recycled instead of adding them to your garbage.

Products that can be accepted include any pot that annuals, perennials, trees or shrubs are grown in, carrying trays, 4 and 6 packs, hanging baskets, flats, and clean shrink wrap or greenhouse plastic. We currently are unable to accept soil & mulch bags, glass, or any trash. The recycled products are crushed, baled and sent to manufacturers to make into new landscape products. Below is a list of participating members where you can drop off your items to be recycled.

This service is intended for customers of local independent garden centers. For large quantities and commercial services contact your local waste management company.

GCC member stores for recycling program
Current Stores Address City Web Site
Echter's Garden Center 9170 W. 52nd Ave. Arvada www.echters.com
Nick's Garden Center 2001 S. Chambers Road Aurora www.nicksgardencenter.com
Shelly's Garden Country 4181 W. 120th Ave. Broomfield www.gardencountrynursery.net
City Floral Garden Center 1440 Kearney St. Denver www.cityfloralgreenhouse.com
Groundcovers Greenhouse 4301 E. Iliff Denver
Hilltop Gardens 9660 N. Federal Blvd Denver www.hilltopgardening.com
Gulley Greenhouse 6029 S. Shields Ft. Collins www.gulleygreenhouse.com
Lafayette Florist 600 S. Public Rd Lafayette www.lafayetteflorist.com
Creek Side Gardens 5730 W. Coal Mine Ave. Littleton  www.plantsbycreekside.com
Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Rd Parker www.tagawagardens.com
The Windsor Gardener 6461 HWY 392 Windsor www.thewindsorgardener.com
Several Wholesale Growers are also accepting recyclables from their customers


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