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Summer is winding down and everyone is preparing to welcome autumn — but here at Echter's, we're thinking about spring! Why? Our spring-flowering bulbs are here, and it's time to begin planning next spring's color show!

If you've never tried planting bulbs before, it's easy. They're among the easiest flowers to grow, and even a novice gardener can create a breathtakingly beautiful spring color display. This is one autumn garden task that pays big rewards the following spring. Check out Spring Bulb Planting 101 for lots of info on how and where to plant bulbs for the best results.
Why Plant Spring Bulbs in the Autumn?
It's because bulbs require a long period of cool temperatures to spark the biochemical process that causes them to flower next spring. It's important to get them into the ground in the autumn after the weather cools, but before the ground freezes.

What's On the Shelves?
You'll find a variety of colorful spring favorites! Choose from a selection of tulips, crocus, iris, snowdrops, daffodils, and more.
Explore Perfect Partners Packs!
It's easy to be overwhelmed by all of the different varieties of bulbs, the bloom times, and all of those irresistible colors! Make it easier with a Perfect Partners pack! These are bags of bulbs with two or more complementary spring flowers that will bloom at the same time and are chosen to look great together.
Pay us a visit! Mums are blooming in beautiful autumn colors on the benches, and asters, sedums, ornamental grasses & other fall classics are available in the perennial yard. In the greenhouses look for pansies in pots and flats for a bright splash of color in fall container plantings. We'll help you fill out your fall garden beds, and get next year's spring color show started!
Save 20%-40%
All shade and ornamental trees,
flowering shrubs, and evergreens are on sale!
It's still a great time to plant! Cooler weather offers comfortable planting conditions, and plants have time to establish themselves before winter due to the still-warm soil temperatures.
Nursery Sale Runs Through September 29
$26.95
Corona ¾”
Bypass Pruner
The professional choice for precision pruning.
Reg. $34.95
$6.99
Nature’s Yield Compost
100% organic, fully-cured compost. Adding compost to your soil when planting improves drainage and moisture retention.
1.5 cu. ft. Reg. $8.99 
20% Off
All Bird Seed Feeders
Wide range of styles for
different seed mixes.
$8.99
Hi-Yield Dutch Bulb Food
Designed to be used with all types of flowering bulbs at planting time. Provides necessary nutrients for proper root development and growth.
4 lb. Reg. $11.95
$7.99
Natural Guard Compost Maker
Compost organic matter into a soil conditioner sooner with compost maker.
3 lb. Reg. $9.95
25% Off Chala Handbags
Chala takes simple, ordinary bags and gives them a little whimsy. Nice selection of sizes and styles.
25% Off Bloem Pots
Colorful & stylish, weather resistant resin-100% UV stable. Matching saucers available.
Offers good through Thursday, September 29

at 10-11:00am we'll have 
Indoor Plants 101
with Heather Page, Echter's Horticulture Specialist

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at 2-3:00pm there's 
Growing Great Garlic 
with Betty Cahill, garden writer for the Denver Post
& instructor at Denver Botanic Gardens.

Saturday, September 24
10-11:00 am
Everything you need to know to prepare your lawn for the winter
season. Dillon will cover fertilization, overseeding, irrigation
shut-off and aeration. Attention to these details will
ensure a healthier lawn in the spring.

Instructor: Dillon Pike,
Arkansas Valley Seed
Saturday, September 24
2-3:00 pm
Orchids are beautiful, fascinating and surprisingly easy to grow.
Learn some of the best varieties for your home and tips and techniques
to successfully grow and re-bloom orchids.

Instructor: Shirlee McDaniels,
The Denver Orchid Society
Toucan Tango Iris has gently ruffled, slightly fragrant petals that are creamy white with variable streaks of violet-purple. The blooms' edges and beards are mustard yellow. No two are alike.
Wild About Allium Blend is a striking mixture of alliums in varying heights and flower sizes. An interesting combination for summer beauty
that is deer resistant.

Concertina Iris is adorned with lush, rose-pink blooms that are highlighted with soft blue beards and create a pastel palette in any garden.  
Gruta Minerals offers an intriguing assortment of gems and minerals in varying colors, patterns, shapes,
and sizes. Everything from sparkling geodes to calcite candle holders. 
Rock your world and enjoy a beautiful piece of our natural world in your home. These make interesting and unique gifts.
  • Sunflowers
  • Colorado Peach Cider
  • Whirling Butterflies Gaura
  • Sun & Shade Grass Seed
  • Purple Sensation Allium
Coupon
25% Off Any Bag of Winterizer-Formula
Lawn Food

Winterizer fertilizers are formulated to help build roots for winter hardiness and help the lawn turn green the following spring.

w/coupon only-Offer expires 10/6/22
Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid at Echter's Garden Center only.  
Coupons subject to change without notice. Distribution on property prohibited.

Coupon
Buy 2, Get 1 FREE
Perfect Partners
Flower Bulbs


Perfect Partners are bags of bulbs with two or more varieties that bloom together and complement each other. Create a beautiful garden of spring-flowering bulbs.
Mix & match - Least expensive are free.

w/coupon only- Offer expires 10/6/22
Coupon cannot be combined with any other offer. Valid at Echter's Garden Center only.  
Coupons subject to change without notice. Distribution on property prohibited.

Pansies planted this month will stay in bloom until the ground freezes! Mulch them for winter protection, and these hardy plants will be back in flower when the warm days of spring return. They're great companions for spring-flowering bulbs.

Lawns grow best in spring and fall! They'll benefit greatly from two more feedings. In September, fertilize your lawn with Green Thumb Lawn Fertilizer. Then in mid-October, follow with Green Thumb Winterizer. Your lawn will thank you next spring! In addition, bindweed, dandelions, and other perennial weeds will be moving food reserves down to their roots now. This is a great time to use
Ferti-lome's Weed Free Zone to kill these invasive weeds, roots and all.

Avoid excessive pruning of trees and shrubs because pruning encourages new growth to begin, and you want the plants to harden off before going into
dormancy for the winter. 

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