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Rain Barrels and Rain Catching 101
July 26 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us from 10am – 12pm on July 26 when our friends at Colorado Rain Catcher present an informative class on using rain barrels. Event Description: Have you considered getting a rain barrel to catch rainwater, but just didn’t know where to start? There is so much to consider when catching rain here in Colorado! […]
Sean Kelly of the Samples (Rock Garden Concert)
August 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Sean Kelly of the Samples with Liz Barnez Date: Thursday, August 1 Doors: 5:30pm Show: 6:00pm Tickets: $15 ADV/ $20 Door/ Kids 12 & Under Free Audience members are encouraged to bring lawn chairs for additional seating Well-behaved pets on leashes are welcome! Click here for tickets Artist Details: Sean Kelly 25 years after […]
The Yard Sale 2019
August 24 @ 9:00 am - September 2 @ 5:00 pm
Come to Fort Collins Nursery August 24th – September 2nd for our biggest sale of the year! The Yard Sale offers huge discounts on all plants, trees and shrubs as well as a wide variety of selected gardening goodies. Shop early on August 24 & 25 for the best selection. Complete sale schedule: Aug. 24-27: 25% off […]
Read seasonal tips and educational articles.
As the summer temperatures start to rise above 85 F., many of our plants will inevitably start to feel the adverse effects of heat stress. Heat stress occurs when temperatures are hot enough for a sufficient period of time to cause irreversible damage to plant function or development. Signs of heat stress include wilting, yellowing […]
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 […]
Bouquet in a Garden: Flowers for Cutting
Within the nursery industry, we often scoff at the idea of buying someone a bouquet. “Why give someone dead flowers when you could give them a plant that will flower every year?” we ask, smugly congratulating ourselves for being so clever. At the same time, we relish that pleasant rush we feel when someone hands […]