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The Yard Sale
August 28 @ 9:00 am - September 6 @ 5:00 pm
Come to Fort Collins Nursery August 28th – September 6th for our biggest sale of the year! The Yard Sale offers huge discounts on all outdoor plants, trees, and shrubs as well as a wide variety of selected gardening goodies. Shop early on August 28 & 29 for the best selection. This sale excludes all indoor […]
Songwriters in the Round (Rock Garden Concert)
September 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Songwriters in the Round with Liz Barnez, Megan Burtt, Alysia Kraft & Bonnie Sims Date: Friday, September 17 Doors: 5:30pm Show: 6:30pm Tickets: $20 ADV/ $25 Door/ Kids 12 & Under Free Audience members are encouraged to bring lawn chairs for additional seating Well-behaved pets on leashes are welcome! Tickets are available at 10:00 […]
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Native shrubs for low maintenance
Our Colorado environment is home to some amazing native shrubs. Not only are these shrubs disease resistant and perfect for our native soil, they attract birds, butterflies and provide year-round interest. Try adding to your landscape a sumac, Apache plume, serviceberry, rabbitbrush, fernbush, mountain mahogany or buffaloberry. These shrubs have some very unique features, such […]
Plant a kitchen herb garden
Whether indoors or out, a fresh culinary delight can be found in a kitchen herb garden. It’s easy to do, and a beautiful, edible addition to any garden, patio or windowsill. First, find a container that provides plenty of room for your herbs roots and good drainage. Place a pottery shard or rock over the […]
Secrets to successful gardening…
by Gerry Hofmann Even though it seems like it has been quite toasty for weeks now, summer officially began only a few days ago. That means we have a lot of gardening time still in front of us – time to rearrange plants that could do better elsewhere (“What was I thinking when I stuck […]