90 Years of Growth

By Jesse Eastman This year Fort Collins Nursery celebrates its 90th birthday, and as I look back at our history, I am equally awed by what we’ve accomplished and thrilled […]

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Throgmorton: Mums

One of the last hurrahs of the garden is hardy mums. They bloom in a wide range of colors. They come in a variety of sizes. They bloom from the […]

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What to do about Water Restrictions

Recently, City Manager Darin Atteberry signed a declaration and order for “mandatory action level IV water restrictions on lawn watering and other outdoor water uses in order to avoid a […]

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Race & Inclusivity at Fort Collins Nursery

Fort Collins Nursery has always held the health of its surrounding community as one of our cornerstone principles. The Unifying Principles section in our Employee Handbook states:  “Health & Happiness: […]

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COVID-19 Policies

COVID-19 Policies

COVID-19 Shopping Information We are proud to offer a safe and enjoyable shopping experience for all of our customers. Please help us ensure the safety and health of our customers […]

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Protect From Frost, Cold

Even the hardiest of vegetables and flowers need protection from frost and freezing temperatures. In Northern Colorado, the average last frost occurs in mid-May, and in Southern Wyoming it can […]

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Holiday Bulbs

Beautiful colorful blooms are irresistible as winter sets in and Fort Collins Nursery has a wide variety of easy to grow amaryllis, paperwhite and pre-chilled hyacinth bulbs in stock to […]

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Oh Hail!

We garden in Colorado! We know the heartbreak of the 5 or 10 minute storm that can undo 500 hours of hard work. When hail strikes—what’s a gardener to do? […]

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Gardening with Children

I recently polled the Nursery’s Facebook fans on what they wanted to see in this article, and the most popular topic was gardening for kids. Now, I find myself trying […]

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