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Grown Fresh Mid Season Perennials

July is a great month for mid-season perennial color.  Many plants are in flower or getting ready to flower!  Identify a “green” area in your garden now.  Keep your eyes open around your neighborhood landscape for what you like.  Then come into the nursery to check out our big assortment of Grown Fresh perennials and get planting!! Currently blooming alongside the Creek Side Perennial Pathway: Coreopsis... Read More

Fresh Summer Color

Creek Side summer annual flower selections are some of the most heat tolerant varieties available for Colorado gardening.  And they are grown in larger pots to help create Instant Color on your porch and patio.  These selections will look their best all summer long.  So, you may notice a little different look and feel in the courtyard than the traditional spring and summer annuals.  Another... Read More

More Hot Weather Tips

When the temperature goes over 90 degrees; an extra dose of love and care will help keep your flowers flourishing throughout the summer. Check flowers twice daily for water, once in the morning and again in the evening.  Some pots/beds may require additional water applications to fight the heat. Apply enough water so that the water is coming out the bottom of container, especially hanging... Read More

Grown Fresh Annuals & Perennials in June

Annual Flowers One of our most popular summer crops are the fun and festive 3-in-1 combo pots of pre-designed annuals.  Also known as Confetti pots or Trixi pots or Kwik Kombos, 3 different varieties of flowers are grown in a 6” pot for easy design and decoration.  Need a small pot decoration?  Use one pot.  Need a medium pot decoration?  Use 2 pots planted together. ... Read More

Looks Like Summer in the Gift Shop

Our Creek Side Indoor Living Gift Shop and Boutique is all decked out for the summer season.  Now that you have planted your pots and flower beds, it is time to get something for yourself, something to accent your garden space, or a great gift for someone who is hosting a garden party.  The shop is nice and cool, so feel free to spend a... Read More

Tropical Plants and Houseplants

Our big spring selection of Tropical Plants and Houseplants has arrived!  Stop by to review our selection of summer flowering tropical house plants like Hibiscus, Gardenia, Mandevilla, Dipladenia and Lantana.  Large tree forms, trellises, and small bushes are available.  Because they bloom all summer, they are a perfect to addition to your patio that will provide a tropical feel. Because we work directly with the... Read More

Creek Side Early Spring 2021

So much going on around Creek Side at this time of the year – check it out. Easter is this Sunday!  We have last minute hostess gifts or great fillers for an Easter basket.  Easter inspired cocktail napkins, foaming hand soaps for you guest bath, egg shaped candles, table runners and fun decorative bunnies for you Easter table.  Hop on in!!! Gorgeous wood cutting board... Read More

Houseplant Themed Gifts

Houseplants and Succulents are always popular, but never more so than this past year.  Creek Side is working with our suppliers to offer the best selection available.  For some, buying houseplants and succulents is a serious hobby and guilty pleasure.  Most customers are so excited to see the wide variety that we carry. As part of the houseplant craze, gift companies have also jumped on... Read More

Hippity Hoppity – Easter is on its way!

Easter is coming up fast and Creek Side has a lot of fun gifts for your Easter baskets.  Who does not love an Easter basket – at any age?  Consider mini size foaming soaps from Michel Design along with personal size lotions, pocket tissues, room sprays and candles. These are simple but appreciated options. Looking for table décor? A collection of bunnies and cute birds... Read More

Rocky Mountain Spring Again

Early spring gardening in Colorado is challanging.  First we have summer-like days.  And then we will experience the snowiest month of the year in full force this weekend.  Typical Rocky Mountain Spring.  But what does that mean? For all of you that have lived in this area for some time, you know this is normal.  Our landscape plants should be fine, short of tree and... Read More