Terrariums

Turn a simple glass container into your own self sustained, petite world! Glass terrariums create the perfect growing environment for plants and also add some life to your office desk, […]

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Upright Junipers

Upright junipers are easy to grow and are one of the toughest plants available for your landscape. They have a slender form, growing much taller than they do wide. This […]

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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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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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Peonies

Peonies are one of the more well-loved perennials, coveted for their splendid beauty, longevity and ease of growing.  The plants feature big, fluffy, show-stopping flowers in a range of colors, […]

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Cactus & Agave from Cold Hardy Cactus

Fort Collins Nursery has a wonderful collection of cactus and agave from Cold Hardy Cactus.  The collection was compiled by renowned Colorado nurseryman and propagator Kelly Grummons, and contains the […]

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Rock Garden/ Alpine Plants

Stop by Fort Collins Nursery to check out our amazing selection of rock garden and alpine plants grown locally at Laporte Avenue Nursery. Rock gardens are a great way to […]

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Perennials

We have been hard at work this spring bringing our perennials out of their winter slumber and getting them ready to go home with you! Most of these plants were […]

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Annual Flowers

Annual flowers are loved by gardeners because they are inexpensive, versatile, and easy to care for.  Mix annuals into your perennial beds to provide persistent color in your garden all […]

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Veggie Starts

Now is a good time to plant your cool season crops like artichoke, beets, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, spinach, brussel sprouts, peas, and kale. Plant them in a nice shady spot […]

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