Ah, the relief from the heat has arrived. Our Colorado mornings and evenings are crisp and the days are filling in with beautiful color. So far, we are having a beautiful Colorado fall and we are enjoying every minute of it.
Monday – Friday 8-6
What’s happening this month at PLN?
An Event You Won’t Want To Miss!
Come get up close and personal with these 4 Spooky Birds of “Halloween” from 11-2pm. Our friends from Hawkquest will be here to introduce you to these amazing Birds of Prey and there will be opportunities to get your pictures taken with them if you wish.
Throughout the entire day you can take advantage of our Fall Sale and also purchase your annual Halloween Pumpkins, Gourds, and other festive fun Items.
SALE SALE SALE
Most Trees 50-75% off
Shrubs, Grasses, Perennials 50% off
Pottery & Home Decor 30% off
(fall baskets, pumpkins, fall & Halloween items, spring bulbs, seeds, soils, mulch, chemicals, & hard goods are not included in the sale)
Look for our 75% Off Purple Ribbon Trees throughout the nursery; our special Red Dot section of Shrubs for $15; our Red Sale Truck section with Red Dot Pottery at 75%!
Especially for Fall
Mums & Fall Baskets will instantly add color to your entryway or patio & deck areas for the fall
As we wind down our gardens for this season, now is the only time to plant bulbs for early spring blooms
Garden Thymes with Jackie
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”
Add mulch to the base of trees & shrubs to prevent moisture evaporation
After a hard frost wrap your tree trunks to prevent winter sun scald damage (we have wrap for you in the gift shop)
Set up a schedule to winter water your trees. Landscape plantings will need to be watered twice a month when temperatures are above 40 degrees throughout the winter. Please keep in mind that snow does not count as watering unless we have a very heavy spring snow
Shrubs, Perennials & Bulbs
Start dreaming of riots of color in the spring by planting spring blooming bulbs: tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, crocus, and giant alliums!
Cut back perennial flowers – if the foliage is disease free, add the cuttings to your compost pile
Dig up tender dahlias and gladiolas and store for next year
Apply mulch around your roses to protect them through the winter months
Veggies, Fruit & Herbs
Continue to enjoy the fruits of your labor while the weather holds
Clean veggie beds and apply a moderate (1″ – 3″) layer of compost
Extend your season by adding a cold frame around your cool season crops
Rough till your annual beds and add a layer of compost
Toss out spent summer annual plantings
Clean pottery and move to storage
Quote of the month:
“Autumn leaves are falling, filling up the streets; golden colors on the lawn, nature’s trick or treat!”