What happened Paulino Gardens?

What happened Paulino Gardens?

Paulino Gardens has announced it will close on July 31 after nearly 60 years in business. The parking lot of Paulino Gardens — the popular retail gardening store and nursery that has operated in Denver for nearly 60 years — was packed Tuesday morning, with cars circling, searching for spots.

Why did Paulino Gardens close?

The garden shop has operated at 6300 N. Broadway since 1960. The reason for the liquidation sale: the Paulino family sold the 6.5 acre parcel at the end of April for $12 million to real estate firm Prologis, according to the Denver Post. The family told the Post they want to retire.

When does Paulino Gardens in Denver Colorado close?

Paulino Gardens Plans to Close After Selling Plants for Nearly 60 Years. Photo by Kyle Cooper. Effective by the end of store hours on July 31, 2019, Denverites will need to shop elsewhere to find cacti, trees, flowers and other greenery.

How big is the garden center at Paulino gardens?

Acres of land around the greenhouses are home to various trees and 8,000 roses, the store’s website said, and the garden center is filled to capacity year-round. Suzanne Sellers has been shopping at Paulino Gardens since 1999 because of the variety.

What kind of plants are at Paulino gardens?

As a true hidden gem among an industrialized area filled with factories and warehouses, Paulino Gardens is locally known as one of Colorado’s largest garden centers with an impressive selection of houseplants, seeds, vegetable and herb plants, trees, shrubs, ornamental grasses and water plants.

Where can I buy a Paulino plant in Denver?

You better buy a beloved Paulino plant soon before it’s too late. Paulino Gardens is located at 6300 North Broadway, Denver and is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., but closes early at 5 p.m. on Sundays. All photography by Kyle Cooper.