Mountain West Bark Gorilla Hair Mulch 2CuFt$9.99
Natural Guard Organic Garden Soil 2CuFt$15.99
Earth Essentials Sheep, Peat, & Compost 1CuFt$5.69
Earth Essentials Cow & Compost 1CuFt$5.69
Bulk Low Grow Mix Grass Seed AVS 1lb$6.99
Earth Essentials Top Soil 1CuFt$5.69
Foxfarm Happy Frog Potting Soil 2Cuft$27.99
Ng Humic Acid/Activator Granular 20Lb$22.99
Bulk Bluegrass Premium Mix Grass Seed AVS 1lb$6.99
Soil Mender Composted Cotton Burrs 2cuft$9.99
Crump Cactus & Succulent Potting Mix 4qt$6.99
Square Plastic Nursery Pot 4.5inch$0.39
Welcome to Rick’s
When you walk into Rick’s Garden Center, it’s our mission to provide you with knowledgeable and friendly service, a warm and welcoming atmosphere and a wide variety of garden products made with the highest quality ingredients. And the occasional Dad jokes.
Since 1948, Rick’s has been serving the Pikes Peak region with knowledge, quality and integrity. Open year-round, we carry a vast assortment of products for your indoor and outdoor gardening needs. The main shop features an amazing selection of houseplants and succulents, along with all the pottery and other items you need to make your home a living jungle. Our nursery is seasonally open spring through fall, offering trees, shrubs and perennials all selected for our specific growing climate.
Family owned and operated, our number one priority at Rick’s is meeting your needs. If there is anything we can do to make your experience more delightful, please let us know and we will do our utmost to make it happen!
Rick’s is excited to be a member of the Greenwoman Market Club Card program, offering 10% discounts at Colorado’s best earth-friendly businesses. Get your discount card today!
We are proud to offer a military discount.
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The Basics What is Fertilizer?Fertilizer is best described as plant food. It provides a plant with all the necessary micro and macro-nutrients it needs to grow. Like us, a plant without food will be able to survive for a while, but it will eventually require sustenance to thrive. It should be noted that compost and […]
Tree & Shrub Planting Guide Call before you dig! Dial 811 1. Measure the depth of the root ball. Your planting hole should be approximately one inch less in depth than the root ball itself (Example: 14” root ball should be planted in a 13” deep hole). Lay your rake or shovel handle across the […]
Our often dry, windy winters here on the Front Range can be especially tough on landscaping plants such as perennials, trees, shrubs, and lawns. Most plants need moisture throughout the winter to prevent root damage, so developing a winter watering schedule can help to protect your landscaping. If roots are damaged over the winter, the […]
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