Durango BOtanic Gardens
Building Public Gardens Committed to Demonstration and Education
Your Donation helps to beautify Durango! See the donation form below for a variety of ways to help us grow and be a part of something beautiful and lasting, part of your legacy! Consider donating in the names of your children, grandchildren, or other important people in your life. All donations and monies go toward maintaining our gardens and supporting our horticultural education efforts.
Generously sized flagstones, with your name, your business, or a quotation that inspires can be enscribed on these large stones that provide a path through the Demonstration Garden. Garden path flagstones stones are a wonderful opportunity to leave a truly lasting legacy or memorial. Price for an enscribed flagstone is $1500. You choose what goes on the stone.
What better way to marry our library and our hardscaping
than with these bookcase stones that rest securely on
on steel shelves. Benefactors may enscribe their names,
their company's name, or the names of loved ones on
these beautiful and truly long-lasting "book" spines.
Celebrate your love of books and gardens at the same
time. A bookcase stone donation is available at $300
per stone, including enscription.
Help Grow the Arboreta Gardens: Sponsor Trees,
Shrubs, and Art Panels
We are developing gardens on the north side of the Library called The Arboreta. There remain many opportunities to support this major garden-building effort by purchasing a tree or other plantings. A sign will acknowledge your gift. Please contact us at 970-888-4841 or email us at email@example.com for pricing and availability of trees.
If your interests lean more toward art you can also purchase one of our beautiful decorative metal panels. Our metalsmith will produce an image on the panel from your design or we can put you in touch with an artist who has designed several of these panels already. Decorative metal panels, seen pictured below at right, with your name attributed, will cost approximately $2500. Learn about the Arboreta
Thank you for your contribution.