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Is your Christmas décor missing something? Are you looking for a holiday gift for someone? Live plants bring vibrant colors and a natural, comforting vibe to any home this time of year. They also make a great gift for family, friends, coworkers and more. When it comes to holiday plants, Fossil Creek Nursery has you covered! Below is a list of six of Fossil Creek Nursery’s top picks for holiday plants.
You and the family have bundled up and ventured out to pick out your fresh cut Christmas tree for the holiday season. Now is the time for bringing it home and keeping it alive through the whole season. Here is a list of steps on how to care for and expand the life of your tree.
1. Cut the base of the tree
Before putting your tree in a tree stand, make a fresh cut of ¼ to ½ inch to the base of your tree. This will allow the trunk to take in more water to spread throughout the tree’s branches.
The mood-boosting, healthy effects indoor plants have on our wellness and our home
With the cold weather creeping in and the sun setting earlier, it’s time to bring the outdoors inside! Houseplants are the perfect way to still feel close to nature and to continue to dream of those warm summer days. Not only do houseplants add a pretty aesthetic to your home, but they also provide plenty of health benefits too. By adding a few houseplants to your home, they can boost your health and add a pop of color to your life.
Enhance Your Mood and Health
Take advantage of the sales we have going on now at Fossil Creek Nursery!
- 30% off Fairy garden and garden decor items
- 30% off fountains
- 50% off bulbs (excludes paperwhites & amaryllis).
Hope to see you soon! Fossil Creek Nursery is located at 7029 S. College Ave. | 970.226.4924
Fossil Creek Nursery has been selling freshly cut Christmas trees year after year in Fort Collins. Every holiday season, Fossil Creek Nursery brings hundreds of trees in-store to sell from November through December. The varieties of Christmas trees include firs, spruce, and a wide range of pines with the lodgepole pine and subalpine fir coming from native Colorado tree farms.
Not only are you supporting a local business when purchasing your live Christmas tree from Fossil Creek Nursery, but there are many benefits to buying a real Christmas tree.
Looking to add new plants to your space? We asked a few employees at Fossil Creek Nursery and here are their top plant picks for October!
Coralbells, Zone 3-9
Coralbells are an easy-care perennial. They can grow 1 to 3 feet in height and 6-18inches wide. Coralbells are a low-maintenance plant and grow best in places that are drier with more drainage. Coralbells can have green, pink, red, and white flowers with gold, silver, and burgundy colored foliage. Coralbells attract birds and are a good plant to grow in containers.