Colorado Garden Show Scholarships

Colorado Garden Show, Inc. is proud to offer its scholarship programs from proceeds generated from the annual Colorado Garden & Home Show & the Colorado Fall Home Show, to provide financial aid to students attending a college or university in Colorado.


Scholarship applicants must major in horticulture, floriculture, landscape design, botany, biology (as it applies to horticulture/agriculture sciences), forestry, agronomy, conservation, plant pathology, environmental concerns, city planning and/or other allied subjects. Approval must be granted by Colorado Garden Show, Inc. for any major other than those specifically listed above.

Our available scholarships are:
- One full-ride four year scholarship to an incoming freshman to study horticulture
- One year scholarship to include full tuition, books and fees for a graduate student studying horticulture
- One year scholarship to include full tuition, books and fees for an undergraduate student studying horticulture
- One $3,800 annual scholarship at Front Range Community College
- One year scholarship to include full tuition books and fees at Northeastern Junior College

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