Gardens & Landscapes

Monarchs and Milkweed

by Bryan Fischer, Horticulturist and Curator, Gardens on Spring Creek   We have all heard about the recent decline in monarch butterfly populations.  We hear, too, that we should plant milkweed, or leave existing stands […]

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A Guide to Spring Veggie Planting

Laurel Thompson | Fort Collins Nursery   Mother’s Day has come and gone and that typically means we’ve got the all-clear to plant tender vegetables like tomatoes, cucumbers, and more. Now to decide whether to […]

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10 Perennials in Bloom in May

By Alex Tisthammer / Fort Collins Nursery Here’s an experience most avid gardeners can probably relate to: you’re enjoying a nice cup of tea or coffee on a summer morning, looking out into your beautiful […]

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Loveland Garden & Art Tour

Want to live in better harmony with the land while still maintaining beautiful gardens? Join in celebrating pollinator-friendly spaces featuring native habitats, Plant Select® choices, Xeriscaping, conservation, and Colorado WaterWise practices. The tour also features […]

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Pollination Syndromes

by Bryan Fischer, Horticulturist, Gardens on Spring Creek   Flowers have evolved into a dizzying array of shapes, sizes, colors, and arrangements since first making waves on the evolutionary scene at least 120 million years […]