Fort Collins Nursery is a year-round, locally-owned garden center with the region's best selection of quality plants and gardening supplies since 1932.

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August 23, 2014

The Yard Sale

The Yard Sale

Come to Fort Collins Nursery August 23rd – September 1st for the biggest sale of the year! The Yard Sale offers discounts of up to 50% off on all plants,... Read more

August 23, 2014 11:00 am

FOOD TRUCK DAY!

FOOD TRUCK DAY!

The Silver Seed will be here today!  The Silver Seed sources their food as locally as physically possible, working to reconnect their patrons with the great people that cultivate their food.  Give it... Read more

August 24, 2014 11:00 am

FOOD TRUCK DAY!

FOOD TRUCK DAY!

Mile High Lobster Shack‘s owners, former Maine residents, Doug and Nancy Van Reeth are excited to introduce Maine’s most favorite delicacy to Coloradans: the simple lobster roll! Stop by and check... Read more

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What's Blooming? | Photo Contest

What’s Blooming? | Photo Contest

If you’ve ever spent time with a nurseryman or woman, you know we can’t take five steps without finding a plant to examine, a tree to admire, or a weed to pull. We love flowers deeply and intensely, so it only makes sense that we want to see what’s blooming in your community. Share your... continue reading

Down the Walk and Into the Woods

Down the Walk and Into the Woods

by Gary Eastman , Retired owner of Fort Collins Nursery The Front Range communities of Colorado and Wyoming are set at the edge of the cold, arid high plains. This relatively treeless dry country supports a wide variety of plant and animal life, but outside of a few scattered groves along the rivers, it is... continue reading

Keeping Your Cool in Colorado

Keeping Your Cool in Colorado

by Bridget Tisthammer I believe in the resilience of nature. When hail shreds my hostas, I look forward to seeing those first new leaves unfurling through the confetti of their mates. When wind blows down the flower stalks on my meadow rue, I’m amazed that the plant blooms anyway, bent to the ground, but beautiful... continue reading

Creating Rainbows in Our Community

Creating Rainbows in Our Community

By Heather Chappell Shades of green have returned to the Front Range and some of you are probably already reaping the benefits of a well planned fall and early spring. This is such a magical time of year; birds are nesting with new broods, buds are swelling and bursting, and shoots have sprouted in the... continue reading