Your Community Greenhouse

Indoor Planting Projects

Now is the perfect time for indoor planting projects with the arrival of cooler temperatures.   Are you interested in creating your own indoor garden?  Have you thought about planting your own terrarium?  Or succulent garden?  Or herb garden?  Are you ready for some new houseplants to not only decorate your home but clean the air as well?  Or re-pot existing houseplants to get them ready... Read More

Creek Side Fall and Winter Events

Creek Side Gardens believes that joy comes from being connected and making active contributions to the community. Our free community events create a place where we come together to celebrate the seasons all through the calendar year.  The Event Season at Creek Side Gardens this summer has been especially fun, exciting and successful this year.  Our fall event calendar looks equally exciting!  Annual Event Calendar... Read More

Mid-Late Season Perennials

Perennial plants differ from annuals not only in the fact that they are winter hardy and will come back each year, but in the fact that typically many perennials bloom during a portion of the season rather than all season long. So, in addition to flower color and plant height, another dimension (fun) to designing a perennial flower bed is to incorporate plants that bloom... Read More

More Big Summer Color

The Creek Side Grown Fresh Big Summer Color Program is in full swing!  Big beautiful blooming plants in 6” diameter pots are loaded with fresh summer color to spruce up your porch, patio and garden.  Varieties selected are great warm temperature choices grown in a large pot size to hold moisture a little longer. These plants are already BIG!.  Imagine assembling 2, 3 or 4... Read More

Keep the Summer Color Going

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 or Trixi or Kwik Kombo pots, 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.  Need a large... Read More

A Weather Relief

The cool down is a welcome relief from the hot weather we have been experiencing the last couple of weeks.  Hopefully you have been able to keep us with a little extra watering?  It will make all the difference in how your beautiful flowers are growing. With the cool down, don’t get caught watering more than you need to.  Now is the perfect opportunity to... Read More

June Flower Fun

Now that everything is planted or in place, be sure and schedule your water and fertilizer routine.  Extra watering will be necessary with the especially warm temperatures this weekend.  Don’t get caught, increase your water applications a notch or two in anticipation of what your hanging baskets, container gardens and newly planted perennials, shrubs, trees and roses are going to need in the heat.  Keep... Read More

Creek Side Springtime!

Spring is the time of the year when Creek Side really shines!  Your Green Team of dedicated gardening experts have prepared colorful flowers of all sizes and shapes that fill the Creek Side Gardens Courtyard, the Perennial Pathway and Woodland Walk, the Front Yard Rose Garden and all the Greenhouses. A great selection of seeds and bulbs, featuring many new and organic selections of flowers... Read More

Open House and Perennial Plants

Our Creek Side Gardens Spring Spectacular Open House is your best opportunity to get a sneak peek as to what all the new plants and flowers are going to look like this spring and summer.  Lots of new annual flowers for our big, beautiful hanging baskets and container gardens, plus a big selection of new perennial varieties. This year, enjoy a 10% discount on all... Read More

Early Spring Plans

Not only does it feel like spring, with the warm weather we are experiencing right now, it sometimes feels like summer is right around the corner. But wait a minute…we live in the Rocky Mountain growing region.  What does that mean?  Well, for all of you have lived in this area for some time, you know what that means.  There is more cold, snow, rain... Read More