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Creating a Habitat Garden

Creating a Habitat Garden

Observing insects, birds and other wildlife that a garden attracts brings a new dimension of pleasure. Learn design concepts, gardening practices and some of the best plants to make your... Read more

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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

Out of sight, but hard at work

Out of sight, but hard at work

by Jesse Eastman As days grow short and Mother Nature slips into her frosty slumber, we get a lot of questions about just what it is that we, nursery employees, do during the winter. In spring we are caught up in the crush of customers seeking the perfect plant for their yard and the vegetable... continue reading

Get your holiday greenery at Fort Collins Nursery

Get your holiday greenery at Fort Collins Nursery

Whether it’s fragrant garland, a Colorado Christmas tree, or a hand-decorated wreath for your door or that of a friend, Fort Collins Nursery has what you need for holiday decorating. We pride ourselves in carrying the freshest holiday greenery including… Wreaths Garlands Sprays Centerpieces Boughs Cut & live Christmas trees Customize your wreath by visiting us in person,... continue reading

From the kitchen to the garden

From the kitchen to the garden

By Kathy Reid I learned the phrase from my mother: “Garbage is gold.” The garbage she refers to isn’t just any old thing that ends up in the trash can. Her “gold” is the scraps that accumulate in the kitchen from the not-so-perfect leaves of lettuce to the stringy orange carrot peels and the used... continue reading