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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January 24, 2015 9:00 am

Escape to the Tropics Houseplant Sale: Jan. 24- Feb. 1

Escape to the Tropics Houseplant Sale: Jan. 24- Feb. 1

Feeling blue that winter is still here? Add a little green with the Fort Collins Nursery Escape to Tropics Sale, Jan.  24-Feb. 1, 2015. Come shake that winter chill with a... Read more

January 31, 2015 10:00 am

Workshop: Cold Frame/Season Extension

Workshop: Cold Frame/Season Extension

Learn how to frugally build a cold frame and successful growing techniques to ensure a bountiful harvest. Whether it’s made of straw bales or redwood lumber, a cold frame is... Read more

January 31, 2015 1:00 pm

Workshop: Pruning Shrubs with Confidence

Workshop: Pruning Shrubs with Confidence

Learn how to prune and maintain your own landscape with tips and tools from this class. We’ll discuss the best time of year to prune and trimming options for different... Read more

Featured Products

Baker  Creek Heirloom  Seeds

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

In 2015, Fort Collins Nursery has added a large variety of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds to our inventory.  Baker Creek specializes in rare, hard to find seeds from around the world.  Looking for something different to plant this year?  Try Blue Beauty Tomatoes, Cambodian Green Giant Eggplant, Cosmic Purple Carrots, or Orange Master Pomegranate. The... continue reading

Zen Garden

Zen Garden

Our selection of indoor bonsais provides you with a fun way to work on your green thumb.  To help you get going, we have starter plants, bonsai specialty soil, seed starting soil, pebbles, decorative pots, and books on.  If you don’t have the time and energy to invest in building your own, we have a... continue reading

Nursery Blog

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

Are your evergreens looking yellow or brown? This might be why...

Are your evergreens looking yellow or brown? This might be why…

After the unusually hard freeze we experienced in early November of this year, a lot of evergreen trees around town are looking a little yellow and sad. There are a number of different reasons an evergreen tree might be turning yellow/brown and/or dropping needles this time of year. Sometimes it’s perfectly healthy, other times it’s... continue reading