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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July 30, 2014 9:00 am

Jim’s Sharpening Service 2014

Jim’s Sharpening Service 2014

Jim Stallard Sharpening Service is back at Fort Collins Nursery! Bring your shovels, trowels, spades, hoes, lawn mower blades, knives and scissors. Here is Jim’s Schedule for the remainder of the... Read more

August 6, 2014 9:00 am

Jim’s Sharpening Service 2014

Jim’s Sharpening Service 2014

Jim Stallard Sharpening Service is back at Fort Collins Nursery! Bring your shovels, trowels, spades, hoes, lawn mower blades, knives and scissors. Here is Jim’s Schedule for the remainder of the... Read more

August 13, 2014 9:00 am

Jim’s Sharpening Service 2014

Jim’s Sharpening Service 2014

Jim Stallard Sharpening Service is at Fort Collins Nursery for a few more dates! Bring your shovels, trowels, spades, hoes, lawn mower blades, knives and scissors. Here is Jim’s Schedule for... Read more

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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

Plant Something Day is June 7th!

Plant Something Day is June 7th!

Put down some roots and grow something special. It’s time to get into the garden and get busy Colorado. PlantSomething Day is June 7th! So plant something colorful or cool, large or small. Plant Something Colorado has the tips, to-dos and deals to help you do it all! Special coupons are redeemable at Fort Collins Nursery May... continue reading