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Cool Season Veggies

Late March is a great time to start planting cool season vegetables. Cool season crops prefer cool daytime temperatures of 60 to 80 degrees, and down to 40 degrees at night. Semi-Hardy vegetables such as beets, carrots, cauliflower, parsley, parsnips, potatoes and Swiss chard are less tolerant of a frost, and may need some additional protection. Using […]

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Fruit Trees

Fruit trees are a great addition to any home landscape.  They provide privacy and shade, look beautiful, and can produce large quantities of delicious, edible fruit. Did you know a single mature apple tree can yield up to 15-20 bushels of fruit per year? Fruit trees are some of the best options for long-term, sustainable, […]

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Spring Nursery Stock

Each fall we release tons of fresh new perennials, shrubs, and trees into our inventory throughout the month of September. Many of them were grown right here at the nursery by our wonderful production team.  All of this remaining stock is tucked away for the winter and protected from the harsh elements. Fast forward to […]

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Orchids

Orchids have captivated mankind for thousands of years and there are many reasons we still love them today.  Their flowers bloom in many interesting colors and forms, from simple and elegant to complex and exotic. Their aesthetic beauty makes people happy and creates a calming, stress free environment wherever they are found. What usually begins […]

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Bird & Insect Houses

Fort Collins Nursery has a wide variety of supplies to help attract birds and insects that are beneficial to your garden.  Pollinators like bees and butterflies fertilize our flowers and help them bloom while pest-eating ladybugs and lacewings rid your garden of unwanted guests.  Plus, we receive additional benefits of having a backyard ecosystem full […]

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Down To Earth™ Fertilizer

Down To Earth™ features a complete line of natural and organic fertilizers, soil amendments, composts and potting media. They work with the microorganisms, fungi and organic matter in the soil to feed plants and stimulate growth. Their natural fertilizers are carefully blended from the best sources of organic nutrients in ideal proportions without the use […]

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Seeds

Get an early start on your garden by planting seeds this winter.  Seeds are less expensive than starter plants and come in hundreds of varieties not typically available as starts.  Perhaps more importantly, growing from seed gives a sense of accomplishment and something to do over these long winter months! Fort Collins Nursery has a […]

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Citrus Plants

Take a stroll through the Fort Collins Nursery greenhouse this time of year and you will be struck by the intoxicatingly sweet aroma of our flowering citrus plants.  Citrus are popular because of their delicious edible fruit and fragrant flowers.  Although native to more tropical environments, citrus do well in indoor containers and are surprisingly […]

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Houseplants

Our greenhouse fills the winter void by adding loads of new houseplants from California and Florida.  With this massive selection, we have houseplants to fit all your needs.  We have low-water succulents and high-humidity loving ferns.  We have carnivorous plants, indoor trees, and hanging plants. What kind of houseplant are you looking for? We have them […]

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Succulents

Succulents and succulent gardens are all the rage these days and we have a large selection of plants, containers, and potted succulent gardens to supply your demand! Succulents are a low-maintenance approach to houseplants. They are pest-resistant, enjoy moderate to bright light, require low water and can go dry between watering. Nearly anything can be […]

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