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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March 15, 2015 11:00 am

Classic Fairy Gardening

Classic Fairy Gardening

Click here to register Make something ordinary extraordinary! With just a few houseplants, a miniature patio set, a pebble stone path and a little imagination, you can have your very... Read more

March 15, 2015 1:30 pm

Classic Fairy Gardening

Classic Fairy Gardening

Click here to register Make something ordinary extraordinary! With just a few houseplants, a miniature patio set, a pebble stone path and a little imagination, you can have your very... Read more

March 27, 2015

Perennial Palooza

Perennial Palooza

Fort Collins Nursery will hold their first Perennial Sale of the season March 27-29, giving you 3 days to shop! Enjoy 50% OFF #1 Perennials, including grasses and vines.  Sale... Read more

Featured Products

Barebones Tools

Barebones Tools

Barebones is a fascinating, socially conscious company with a mission to supply the bare necessities for living – food, water, shelter, and power – in the most efficient and independent way possible to any location around the world.  Fort Collins Nursery now has a variety of Barebones hand garden tools in stock. Be on the lookout... continue reading

Design Toscano Resin Statues

Design Toscano Resin Statues

Be sure to stop by Fort Collins Nursery and check out our great new selection of resin statuary from Design Toscano.  Resin statues are a cost-effective way to liven up your home and garden décor while adding charm, class, whimsy, or humor to your space.  Their polyresin composition makes them light weight and easy to... continue reading

Nursery Blog

Greening up the Indoors

Greening up the Indoors

By Cathy Gladwin Each year at this time, I redirect my horticultural interests indoors to my houseplants. They become the focus of my nurturing instinct until next spring. Right now they need to be dusted to improve their cell function, they need to have their dead and unhealthy leaves removed, and some plants need a... continue reading

From a Seed, a World of Good

From a Seed, a World of Good

By Jesse Eastman, Owner & General Manager As a lifelong plant enthusiast, it’s easy for me to forget that for many people, gardening is not a lifetime dedication, it’s a hobby. Perhaps you make sure your landscape looks decent, maybe grow a few veggies (with varying degrees of success), and you do what you can... continue reading