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Winter has packed quite a punch so far this month! We've had plenty of cold and snow. Gardening activity has been limited to daydreaming, seed shopping, and planning for growing season to come. As we get closer to spring, we can usually expect to see a few warm afternoons here and there. On those days, it's a good idea to get outside and check in with your garden.
What kind of gardening tasks can you do in the winter? Late January and early February is an ideal time of year for pruning deciduous trees and shrubs! There's no foliage growth yet, so the branches are easy to see, and pruning out problems now means the tree won't be putting energy into damaged branches when spring finally arrives. Note: Wait to prune spring-flowering shrubs (like lilacs and forsythia), fruit trees, and roses.

Winter pruning doesn't have to be difficult. Check out our pruning blog post, and shape up your trees & shrubs in 3 easy steps!

CHECK YOUR LAWN — When snow and ice are gone from shady areas of lawn (especially on the north side of structures), check to see if snow mold has developed. If it has, gently rake the affected areas to loosen any matted grass. This will help the lawn dry and give unaffected grass room to grow.

CHECK MULCHES Be sure that the winter mulch around your perennials, roses, and bulb beds is still in place. Replace any mulch that has been blown away by heavy winds.

CHECK FOR CRITTERS — If you see “trails” in your lawn, you may have voles, a common rodent in Colorado. Voles have been known to chew on the bark of trees and shrubs — especially junipers. You may notice dead branches on junipers later in the spring. Look deep inside the shrub and you will see where the bark is missing. Talk to our plant doctor for ways to eliminate this pest.
TREAT FOR OVERWINTERING INSECTS — On a nice warm day, you can spray Bonide All-Seasons Dormant Oil on trees, shrubs, roses, vines or most anything else you had insect or disease problems on last year. It kills overwintering insect eggs and will help reduce the problem this year.

PREP GARDEN TOOLS Clean and sharpen gardening tools (we'll sharpen them for a small fee!). Remove any dirt and rust with steel wool, and lightly apply oil to prevent future rust from developing.
Spring will be here before we know it! Checking off these winter garden tasks now will mean a smoother transition into the next busy gardening season!
A soilless formula with excellent drainage blended by Echter's
specifically for interior plants.
Available in 4 qt., 16 qt., 30 qt. and giant 60 qt. bags
25% Off
Garden Flags
Premium flags are made of SolarSilk polyester for greater durability. Fade and mildew resistant. Available in assorted patterns.
20% Off
Macrame Plant Hangers
Choose from different lengths and materials. Colors to coordinate with your pot.
25% Off
Plant Stands
Decorative stands and tiered stands available. Choose from a wide assortment of colors and styles for indoor or outdoor use.
20% Off
McCutcheon’s Fine Food Products
Made with that old-fashioned homemade quality and taste you'll love. Fruit butters, preserves, jams
and jellies.
20% Off Watering Cans
Browse our wide selection of sizes, shapes, and colors!
We have something to fit every taste and décor.

Offers good through Thursday, February 16
Valentine's Day is Right Around the Corner!
Need a few gift ideas? Why not surprise your sweetheart with a living valentine this year! Flowers are a classic gift for Valentine’s Day, and a colorful flowering plant is a gift that can last for years. Our benches are stocked with exotic orchids, bright primrose, fragrant pink jasmine, kalanchoe, African violets and many other blooming plants. 

If a blooming valentine isn’t quite right, spark your romance with fragrant candles from Root or pamper her with luxurious skin-care products from Naked Bee and Pré de Provence.

If you just can’t decide on a gift, pick up an Echter’s Gift Card! They’re available in amounts from $20-$500, there are no hidden fees, and they never expire. Your sweetheart can pick out exactly what they’d like now, this spring, or whenever they’d like!
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AND SAVE ON BLOOMING PLANTS!
Treasures Pop Up Valentine’s Cards combine colorful artwork with pop-ups for a fun way of sending your Valentine’s greeting. Write your thoughtful message on the back
of the card.
Lush Wine Mixes Simply combine the Craft Cocktail Mix with a bottle of wine and freeze for a delicious slushie or create a tasty simple syrup for mixed drinks, sodas and desserts. Cheers!
Tinyroots Conifer Bonsai Tree Soil Blend allows the proper amount of water to get to the roots. The soil does not compact, and it drains quickly. Promotes a strong and healthy root system which creates a happy and healthy bonsai tree.
C & S Fruit n’ Nut Treat Suet is nutritionally balanced to provide wild birds with much-needed energy. Give your feathered friends a great food source this winter that they will really love.
  • Foxfarm Big Bloom 
  • Rabbit’s Foot Fern
  • Black Gold All Purpose Potting Soil
  • Star Power Sansevieria
  • Curly Cue Mealworm Feeders
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Blooming Plants


Flowering plants make wonderful Valentine's Day gifts that last and last! Use them to brighten your home or office space. We have a nice selection available right now.


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Coupons subject to change without notice. Distribution on property prohibited.

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Wild Delight
Bird Seed Blends

Premium nutrition for outdoor pets. Advanced formulas that a wide variety of birds will enjoy.


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Cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid at Echter's Garden Center only.  
Coupons subject to change without notice. Distribution on property prohibited.

SNOW REMOVAL — Knock down heavy snows from your shrubs and tree branches by gently pushing up with a broom. Start with the lower branches and work your way up the tree or shrub.

INDOOR PLANTS If a houseplant is not doing well, check these five growing factors: light, temperature, nutrients, moisture, and humidity. They must all be favorable to provide good growth. If you need help with a diagnosis, bring the plant in to our plant doctors! We'll help you figure it out!


52nd &oGarrison o(5150oGarrison St.) Map

303-424-7979

Hours: Monday-Friday 11-5 | Saturday 10-5 | Sunday 12-5

Starting February 11
Monday-Saturday 10-6 | Sunday 10-5