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 season crops that prefer cool daytime temperatures of 60 to 80 degrees, and down to 40 degrees at night.  Leafy greens are cold-hardy and can […]

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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 over 1,000 Tibetan, Indian and Nepalese artisans to create, import and market designs that celebrate the beauty of the natural world and the amazing culture […]

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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 save themselves or purchase from local growers. By using bioregional adaptation, they grow plants that are better suited to Northern Colorado’s climate. This helps to […]

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Perennials

Our staff has been hard at work this spring bringing perennials out of their winter slumber and getting them retail ready.  Many of these plants were grown right here at Fort Collins Nursery by our amazing production team.  Our perennials were overwintered and are now ready for you to take home and plant safely, regardless […]

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Annuals

Annual flowers are loved by many gardeners because they are inexpensive, versatile and easy to care for.  Mixing annuals in your perennial beds is a great way to provide color in your garden all summer long.  While perennials typically flower for only a portion of the growing season, annuals make the most of their one […]

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Veggie Starts

We have many veggie starts in stock and ready for your garden.  Now is a good time to plant your cold season crops like artichoke, asparagus, beets, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, spinach, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, snow peas, and kale.  Plant them in a nice shady spot so they’ll have protection from the hot sun in […]

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Potatoes, Onions & Garlic

For those of you who are anxious to start planting early this spring, we have a great selection of Potatoes, Onions & Garlic.  A good rule of thumb is you can plant potatoes and onions directly in the garden after St. Patrick’s Day, but with our unpredictable Colorado weather it is important to keep an […]

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Spring-planted Bulbs

Spring-planted bulbs produce dramatic garden color with minimal effort and are a great addition to your summer garden.  Not to be confused with “Fall Bulbs” which are planted in fall but flower in spring, “Spring Bulbs” are also known as “Summer Flowering Bulbs.”  Spring-planted bulbs are tender and will not survive cold ground temperatures and […]

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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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