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Carnivorous Plants

Carnivorous plants are a curious group of species that conjure up images of an alien landscape, fantasy world fauna, or prehistoric jungle plants hunting for unsuspecting prey. In fact, these […]

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High Mowing Organic Seeds

New to Fort Collins Nursery this year is a line of fully organic and Non-GMO Project Verified seeds from High Mowing Organics Seeds. These high quality seeds are produced without […]

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ApricotMint Glass Planters

* Please note, these products have been delayed until February. We are receiving a new line of one of the kind hand-blown art glass planters from ApricotMint, based out of […]

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Rustic Arrow Reclaimed Metal Statues

This month, we are receiving a new line of reclaimed metal statues from Rustic Arrow. Each statue is 100% handcrafted by talented artisans in Mexico and made from recycled material […]

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Fall Crop Seeds

As summer winds down it’s time to start planning ahead and planting seeds for fall vegetable crops like cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, kale, carrots and Brussels sprouts.  With lower levels […]

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Leafy Green Starts

We have several varieties of leafy green starts (including lettuce, cabbage, kale, and spinach) in stock and ready for your garden.  Late March is a good time to plant cold […]

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DZI Handmade Felt Products

Our garden shop has just received a number of cute, felt made products from dZi Handmade.  dZi is a founding member of the Fair Trade Federation and works directly with […]

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Folks Farm & Seed

Folks Farm and Seed is a small, ecologically-minded farm based in Fort Collins. Their mission is to grow top quality produce from regionally adapted, open pollinated seeds that they either […]

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Holiday Gifts

It is better to give than to receive, but there’s no reason you can’t give yourself a gift and experience the best of both worlds!  Whether you choose to treat […]

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Fall Annuals

As nights cools and we drift into autumn, many of our favorite summer flowers have wilted, withered and left behind a tired and shabby landscape. Just because summer is coming […]

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