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PERC (Plant Environmental Research Center)

630 W. Lake Street, Fort Collins, CO
+1 970-491-7019
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Lovely gardens with peaceful surroundings (and it is free)

These are not far from the Annual Flower Trial Gardens and are set in a relaxing venue. There is a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rita B
Gardening Research In Action

This set of gardens, down the street a ways from the better known Annual Flower Trial Gardens, is... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2014
ROCtraveler30
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Fort Collins, Colorado
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1 week ago
“Lovely gardens with peaceful surroundings (and it is free)”
21 Sep 2014
“Gardening Research In Action”
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630 W. Lake Street, Fort Collins, CO
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+1 970-491-7019
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Reviewed 1 week ago

These are not far from the Annual Flower Trial Gardens and are set in a relaxing venue. There is a gazebo where you can meditate or relax. The water fountains are charming. I fell in love with the climbing plants and vines display. This is...More

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Reviewed 21 September 2014

This set of gardens, down the street a ways from the better known Annual Flower Trial Gardens, is focused on plant breeding and evaluation in the local climatic conditions. While part is laid out in "display gardens" with examples of a variety of woody plants...More

Thank ROCtraveler30
Reviewed 20 March 2013

Perennial Environmental Research Center is a hidden gem. Want to get ideas for what works in Colorado gardens? Then swing by, anytime & any day. You can also stroll thru an arboretum at the same location. Did you know that magnolia trees will grow in...More

Thank BHB_BB
Reviewed 24 January 2013

My first visit to PERC was fantastic. If you want to observe a wide variety of plants, this is for you. There were plants whose leaves shriveled up at the touch, mango trees, beautiful orchids, and all kinds of other student projects. There are even...More

Thank Jenny J
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