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Fourth of July Sale: 7/9-7/16

All annuals and veggies 50% off

25% off all rose of sharon

15% off all specialty evergreens

20% off all ornamental grasses

25% off all B&B Ginnala Maple and Crabapples

 

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Our inventory lists will be updated each week and customers can now place orders online for local delivery or pickup. Find more details and begin placing your orders here.
Plum trees

The warmer weather has arrived, and planting is underway. From tomatoes to lettuce and peppers to beans, many people are starting their gardens to harvest through summer and fall. Although growing veggies is a staple for gardeners, did you know that you can plant fruit trees in Colorado?

At Fossil Creek Nursery, we sell trees, shrubs, seeds, soil, houseplants, and fountains! If you don’t have a fountain already in your yard (or you’re looking to add another) we encourage you to come check out our selection! Our newest fountains are pretty cool and make for a stunning addition to your garden. If you need more convincing or aren’t sure how to care for it once you’ve made the purchase, read on!

Why do I need a fountain?

At this point, we’re a few weeks into the government mandated stay-at-home order, with several more weeks to go. It can be tough to remain cooped up all day long, day after day. Luckily, there are things you can do for your mental health that will make staying at home a little easier. One of those things (that we are big fans of) is gardening!

Exercise

As of 3/23/20: 

Fossil Creek Nursery is currently continuing to operate under normal hours, Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and open on Sunday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

We're also offering a few new options for our customers to limit social interaction: 

With temperatures in the 60s last weekend, turning of the clocks, and this bright sunshine, it’s hard not to dream of spring gardening! If your green thumbs are just itching to get outside, we have a list of activities you can do to get your garden ready for springtime.

winterberry

The winter months in Colorado are cold and dark with winter blues settling in. Exteriors of homes and outdoor spaces take a backseat because of the frigid temperatures. The trees are bare, there are snowy lawns, and most gardens are covered up for the winter. However, there are still many ways to brighten up your outdoor space by adding winter curb appeal to your home. Check out the list below of hardgoods and ways to keep your lawn looking happy this winter.

Birdbaths and Fountains

When you think of tropical places, Fort Collins, Colorado likely isn’t top of mind. While we may be very landlocked and have tumble weeds where other places have grapefruit trees, growing and caring for tropical plants is possible here! In fact, we have several plants in our greenhouse that are of the tropical variety that would look lovely in your home or office.

General Care

houseplants

There’s still a bit of a chill in the air, and while you may be itching to get out to your garden, let’s use the colder months to appreciate houseplants! We’re very excited about our current houseplant selection (20% off until January 31, 2020!) which includes favorites such as bromeliad, string of pearls, dracaena, and so much more. If their beauty isn’t enough to convince you, we have a few fun facts about the other benefits houseplants bring to our lives.

Air Cleanliness

christmas tree

Fossil Creek Nursery to Give Back to Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity this Holiday Season

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