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Evergreens

Evergreens are the type of trees that most people think of when they think of the mountains and landscaping in Colorado. Evergreens are an attractive addition to any yard, but evergreens need specific planting and care to flourish. In looking for the right evergreen,  you need to consider the size of the space you are looking to fill and the whether or not the species will flourish in Colorado's unique conditions. O'Toole's has a variety of evergreens that are perfectly suited for any space and thrive in Colorado.


WaterSaver Program

Expires Sept. 30, 2021

Save $10 on our year-long, 100% organic, lawn fertilizer program. Regular Price $79.99.

50% Off All Burpee Seeds

Expires Sept. 30, 2021

Hundreds of varieties of flowers, perennials, vegetables, fruits, herbs and more!

Chris Ibsen

Store Manager – Littleton

Over 30 years with O’Toole’s! A true gardening  expert! Email Chris Favorite plant: Evergreen

Apple Valley Greenhouse

Many of our annuals come from Apple Valley Greenhouse in Penrose Colorado. Apple Valley sources beautiful annuals from around the world and plants them in Colorado so they can deal with our unique climate. Video Tour!

O’Toole’s & True Organic Give To Charity

$4 donation to charity for every True Organic purchase made on a weekend during June, 2021. Over the years, O’Toole’s has donated over $10,000
and helped with food drives, toy drives, and landscaping!

Britton Nursery

O’Toole’s always buy from local growers first. We source many of our perennials from Britton Nursery in Colorado Springs. Britton only grows perennials so they can focus on quality soil and water. Video Tour!

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2020 Garden Giveaway Winners!

September 18, 2020
It was so inspiring to see all the creativity and gardening passion out there! Check out the winners of our 2020 Garden Giveaway! Read Full Blog Entry…
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Ask a Gardener – Japanese Beetle
June 11, 2020
Japanese Beetles damage plants as both adults and larvae. Adults feed on soft leaf tissue, leaving skeletonized foliage. Larvae feed on roots, especially turf grass, leaving dead, brown patches in the lawn. Cech out this blog entry for tips and products to address both the larvae and the adult bugs. Read more