FCN Plant Labels

At Fort Collins Nursery, we want to keep you informed about your plants’ needs and what plant suits your particular needs. In a busy planting season, it is easy to impulse buy according to how attractive a plant looks (and we think they all look good!)

Talk with a nursery representative about our wide variety of plants to match your wishes, and both you and the plant will have many successful growing seasons to come.

Take care to read plant signs and stick tags, and notice the particular requirements of the plant. We try to include a photo and description of each plant’s growing habits (average height and spread); light and watering needs; wildlife-resistance; bloom and fruit growth; and more.

If you haven’t had success with a certain plant, the solution may be as simple as moving it to a different location or changing watering habits. We can help you troubleshoot, or make recommendations.

And remember, we stand by our plants! If  you’re not satisfied, we offer a guarantee. Bring in your receipt and the plant in one year from the date of purchase for  perennials, trees and shrubs or 30 days for annuals and garden shop items. Become a Garden Club Member and your returns or exchanges are easier! See store or call 970-482-1984 for more details.

2 Responses to “FCN Plant Labels”

  1. Cynthia says:

    Do you sell ruby slipper oakleaf hydrangea?
    Will it do well in FC Climate?
    If you have it, How much is it?
    Also, do you have chinese foxglove?
    Cynthia

    • jesse says:

      Hi Cynthia,

      We used to carry the Oakleaf Hydrangea, but they haven’t been very successful in our area and we have since stopped carrying them.

      The Chinese Foxglove is another one we don’t carry. Around here, it would serve as an annual plant (Zone 7 and warmer), so an interesting annual alternative might be Nicotiana. For perennial alternatives, there are of course true Foxgloves (Chinese Foxglove is similar in appearance, hence the name, but is not actually in the same family), or one of many different varieties of Penstemon.
      Jesse

Leave a Reply