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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September 24, 2014 9:00 am

Jim’s Sharpening Service 2014

Jim's Sharpening Service 2014

This is the last day for sharpening by Jim Stallard Sharpening Service at Fort Collins Nursery for  the 2014 season! Bring your shovels, trowels, spades, hoes, lawn mower blades, knives... Read more

October 4, 2014 10:00 am

Giant Pumpkin Contest

Giant Pumpkin Contest

Our Annual Giant Pumpkin Contest is on Saturday,  October 4th this year from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Bring your own pumpkins to win cash prizes for the heaviest fruit: 1st Place:... Read more

October 4, 2014 11:00 am

FOOD TRUCK DAY!

FOOD TRUCK DAY!

The Silver Seed  and Mile High Lobster Shack 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... Read more

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What's Blooming? photo contest winners announced!

What’s Blooming? photo contest winners announced!

Winners have been announced for the What’s Blooming? photo contest! Click here to see who... continue reading

No Such Thing as “Gardening Season”

No Such Thing as “Gardening Season”

by Jesse Eastman This time of year I often hear the phrase “gardening season is almost over.” I hear it from friends, family, customers, and employees. Daylight is beginning its retreat as we slowly march into autumn, nights are cooler, and even the leaves are beginning to change colors before they succumb to the irresistible... 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