Grass to Garden | City of Lafayette
The City of Lafayette & Resource Central invites you to transform your water-thirsty lawn into a beautiful, low-water, perennial garden with a FREE 200 sq. ft. Garden In A Box! Watch the informational webinar to learn more and apply!
Resource Central is committed to equal access to our programs for all individuals. If you are need of an accommodation or alternate webinar format, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (303) 999-3820 x221.
- Create an account to view the webinar.
- Watch the prerequisite 30 minute webinar.
- Pass the quiz or chat with a Resource Central representative.
- Choose a 200 sq. ft. (or more) area of your lawn to transform!
- Submit your application and other required documents by July 10th.
- Remove the approved section of grass and send photos.
- Pick up and plant your free Garden In A Box.
- Send a final photo of your new and improved water-wise landscape!
- Schedule your free irrigation consultation.
Free Materials Include:
- 200 sq. ft. Garden In A Box (includes: starter plants, plant by number maps, and plant and care guide)
- Rain Bird Retro 1800 spray to drip irrigation conversion kit
- Water bill credit (Lafayette only)
Spring 2020 Important Dates:
- Lawn Removal 101
- Irrigation 101
- Grass to Garden: Step by Step
- Front Range Resource List
- 6 Steps to Transforming Your Lawn Video
- Spray-to-Drip Irrigation Conversion Video
- Transforming Your Lawn into a Xeriscape Garden Presentation
- “Water Savings Coming Soon” Yard Sign
- Example of a Landscape Design
- Rocky Mountain Retreat: Full Sun Garden
- Mountain Shadows: Part Shade Garden
Click below for even more resources!
What Participants Say
“The turf removal and planting were about what I expected, but the plant designs and choices exceeded my expectations. They still need to fill in but they are already beautiful.” – 2019 Lafayette Grass to Garden Participant
“We are very happy with our garden, and we love the program!” – 2019 Lafayette Grass to Garden Participant
“[My yard] went from a drab rectangle of grass that was very difficult to keep alive to a mass of plants of different colors & textures flowering at different times throughout the year – not to mention all the bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, etc.” – 2017 Lafayette Grass to Garden Participant