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 29, 2015 9:00 am

The Yard Sale

The Yard Sale

Come to Fort Collins Nursery August 29th – September 7th for our biggest sale of the year! The Yard Sale offers huge discounts on all plants, trees and shrubs as well... Read more

September 3, 2015 6:30 pm

Rock Garden Concert- Liz Barnez

Rock Garden Concert- Liz Barnez

Don’t fret if you missed the debut concert at Fort Collins Nursery earlier this summer.  An unbelievable encore is officially slated for Thursday, September 3rd! Buy Tickets Here Fort Collins... Read more

September 12, 2015 10:00 am

Orchid Day

Orchid Day

Are you an orchid enthusiast?  Be sure to mark your calendar to join us for a day of fun, learning and the beauty of orchids on September 12, 2015. Special... Read more

Featured Products

Mums & Asters

Mums & Asters

Looking for a blast of color this autumn? Add colorful chrysanthemums and brilliant asters to your flower bed or fall container garden!  Choose from a huge range of varieties of these prolific, hardy and beautifully bushy perennials grown here at Fort Collins Nursery. Mums come in a wide variety of colors including yellow, pink, magenta, red, lavender, and... continue reading

Houseplants

Houseplants

Over the course of the summer season, thousands of veggie starters have left the nursery and found new homes all along the Northern Front Range.  Our greenhouse has filled the void by adding loads of new houseplants from California and Florida over the past couple of weeks.  With this massive selection, we have houseplants to... continue reading

Nursery Blog

Bountiful harvest: Don't let it go to waste!

Bountiful harvest: Don’t let it go to waste!

By Jesse Eastman, Owner & General Manager So you’ve put in work all spring preparing your garden, selecting plant varieties, fertilizing, protecting plants from late freezes, fending off pests, and watering wilting plants in the heat of summer. Finally that hard work is starting to pay off. Tomatoes are turning red, peppers are getting spicy,... continue reading

(Archives) Xeriscapes: Fantasy vs. Reality

(Archives) Xeriscapes: Fantasy vs. Reality

By Jesse Eastman As I sit down to write, I check the 10-day weather report and see ten daily high temperatures at or above 80 degrees and very little moisture. I love the heat, and this is looking like a classic hot Colorado summer to me. Of course, the plants in our gardens may have... continue reading