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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February 13, 2016 10:00 am

Workshop: The Historic Cheyenne Station

Workshop: The Historic Cheyenne Station

The USDA opened a horticulture station in Cheyenne in 1929 to test the multitudes of plants being brought back by plant explorers sent forth around the globe. The focus of... Read more

February 13, 2016 1:00 pm

Workshop: Cut Flower Gardening

Workshop: Cut Flower Gardening

If you’re a serious cut-flower gardener, you’ll enjoy this class filled with details of what to grow and why. Find out what makes a good cut flower, how to choose... Read more

February 20, 2016 10:00 am

Workshop: The Do’s and Don’ts for Building Soil-Health

Workshop: The Do's and Don'ts for Building Soil-Health

Whether your passion is lawn, flowers, trees and shrubs, or vegetable gardens, all gardeners have one thing in common: they want their plants to be healthy and thriving. But plant... Read more

Featured Products

Pottery

Pottery

Aesthetically, we all know what plants add to any room or patio space.  You may spend hours finding the perfect plant to spruce up your end table or fill that empty space in the corner.  As soon as you bring it home you instantly notice the room is brighter and more cheerful.  We recommend that... continue reading

Johnny's Selected Seeds

Johnny’s Selected Seeds

Over the past month we have been busy selling hundreds of varieties of seeds to eager gardeners throughout the northern Front Range.  This month we are adding Johnny’s Selected Seeds to our inventory, giving you even more planting option for your home and garden.  Johnny’s is a privately held, employee-owned seed producer and merchant headquartered... continue reading

Nursery Blog

The Hawthorn: Rich with Color

The Hawthorn: Rich with Color

By Julie Carlson Edited by Jesse Eastman Originally published in Vol. 1, Issue 4 of Fort Collins Nursery’s TreeTalk Newsletter This past fall, many of you came to the nursery seeking plants that add fall color to your yards. You’d seen it all around town – from the flaming rose-red of Burning Bush or the... continue reading

What is a plant really worth?

What is a plant really worth?

By Jesse Eastman We have a small note hanging on the wall in our office. I don’t know where it came from, but it’s been here longer than I have. It’s one of those things that’s funny but also incredibly true, the kind of thing that makes you smile to yourself as you knowingly shake... continue reading