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Holiday Gifts – Creek Side Style

Everyone has that friend or family member that celebrates a birthday, milestone or ‘non’ holiday event during December. Not everyone wants to receive a holiday themed gift for those special occasions so here at Creek Side we offer many gifts “Creek Side Style”.             The Avid Gardener loves all things gardening.  We feature gardening books, wind chimes, tools, gloves and more... Read More

Christmas at Creek Side-2019

Gift Shop and Boutique – Holiday 2019 “Christmas at Creek Side” is a special time.  We transform the entire gift shop and boutique into a world of joy and holiday spirit.  We have unique items that will sure to delight customers of all ages.  Check out all the different gifts we offer.     Towels and Napkins One of our main staples at Creek Side... Read More

Happy Summertime!

We know the story.  It’s been a hot few weeks.  You may be feeling a little worn out from working extra hard to take care of your spring and summer flowers.  Water, water, water.  Chase away the bugs, bugs, bugs.  Maybe a hail storm in between.  Ouch!  Hopefully most of your beautiful container gardens and hanging baskets have come through in pretty good shape. Then... Read More

Deer Resistant Perennials and Shrubs

Creek Side is featuring a group of summer flowering perennials and shrubs that are deer resistant.  Of course we all know that there are no plants that are deer “proof”.  But our featured list would not only be a great start for consideration as additions to your garden or landscape. because they are deer resistant but also Drought Resistant! Perennials Achillea – Yarrow Agastache –... Read More

A Good Summer Start

Finally!  Beautiful summertime weather conditions in store for the next couple of weeks.  Remember the 90 degree days last June?  What a relief it has been this year to experience moderate temperatures.  And if it is relief to us, it certainly has been a relief for our flowerpots and landscape plants as well. You have probably noticed a decrease in water demands from your plants. ... Read More

Rocky Mountain Spring?

It certainly has been a long-lost Rocky Mountain winter.  When is the last time you remember receiving as much snow as we have this year?  Exactly one year ago we were discussing how unusually warm it was and wondering if winter was over? What does that mean?  Well, for all of you have lived in this area for some time, you know what that means. ... Read More

Spring Indoor Living Gifts & Decor

One of the unique aspects of Creek Side Gardens is our Indoor Living Gift and Décor Boutique.  Often when we ask our guests if they are ready to check out, they ask us where our great selection of gifts and décor comes from? Way back in September and October of last year, spring was already in full swing at Creek Side.  At least on paper. ... Read More

Creek Side Grand Re-Opening

As you know, If the days are getting longer, there is planting happening at Creek Side.  This week we started planting the large Container Gardens and Hanging Baskets you love to see each spring.  See Lois and Kathy in the photo getting down and dirty following the new recipes with some cool new twists for this season.  Stop by in the next several weeks and... Read More

More Planting at Creek Side

During the last two weeks we’ve planted over 10,000 pots of Grown Fresh™ perennials that will begin to bloom and be ready to plant in your garden and landscape beginning mid-April.  Over 350 different varieties selected by our professional staff to grow and perform well in our hot, dry Colorado growing climate. Because we select every variety grown, not only can you expect our plants... Read More

Greenhouse Planting and ProGreen

The longer days of February herald the first real sign that spring is on the way!  Your Community Greenhouse staff of gardening professionals are busy preparing for what will certainly be another great gardening experience. Planting in the greenhouse began this week with a couple of hundred geranium and fuchsia hanging baskets.  The perennials will be planted the next two weeks.  Then the planting for... Read More