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 9, 2016 10:00 am

Smart Solar Gardening Though Design and Micro-climate

Smart Solar Gardening Though Design and Micro-climate

If you own or rent a house, or live in an apartment, you can learn to landscape and garden smart by designing in harmony with natures light and shadow patterns.... Read more

July 17, 2016 1:30 pm

Classic Fairy Gardening

Classic Fairy Gardening

Click here to register Make something ordinary extraordinary! With just a few houseplants, a miniature patio set, a pebble stone path and a little imagination, you can have your very... Read more

July 21, 2016 6:00 pm

Von Stomper Concert

Von Stomper Concert

Fort Collins Nursery, 94.3X, and KRFC are thrilled to present Von Stomper as part of our Rock Garden Concert Series.  Inspired by the lonely, the downtrodden, and the insane– the voices... Read more

Featured Products

Shade & Ornamental Trees

Shade & Ornamental Trees

At Fort Collins nursery, we have a large selection of shade and ornamental trees to fit all your planting needs.  We realize the perfect tree for your space is dependent on your location and a variety of factors including space, soil type, amount of sunlight and personal preference.  Our expert sales staff will listen to... continue reading

Purple Cow Organics® Compost

Purple Cow Organics® Compost

Purple Cow Organics® Activated Compost is the next big thing in organic gardening and taking traditional compost a step further.  Purple Cow has added a Secondary Activation Phase TM in which organically approved ingredients are added at a specific stage, resulting in a unique bio-catalytic effect.  Nutrients are metabolized by microbial life in the compost... continue reading

Nursery Blog

The June Paradox: Get Busy Relaxing

The June Paradox: Get Busy Relaxing

By Jesse Eastman If early spring is for planning, and May is for planting, what’s to be done in June? My opinion, as a very tired nurseryman, is that June should be spent enjoying the fruits of your springtime labor. This doesn’t mean you just stop gardening in June. There are always more projects to... continue reading

Container Gardening with Tomatoes:  Tips to Success

Container Gardening with Tomatoes: Tips to Success

By:  Jaime Haines Container gardening is a fantastic option for people who do not have space for a garden or want to garden on a small scale.  Tomatoes, being one of the most popular vegetables for Colorado gardens, are a great option for container gardeners.  Here are a few tips and tricks to ensure a... continue reading