The Colorado Department of Agriculture is warning consumers to be wary of trees, shrubs and perennials and turf grass sod that is listed free with the cost of planting and landscaping costs or offered at a price that could be considered too good to be true. industry or mandated standards in the Colorado Nursery Act,” said Laura Pottorff, CDA’s Program Manager for the Nursery
“More often than not, the quality of the plants included with these too-good-to-be-true landscaping offers is very poor and does not meet minimum industry or mandated standards in the Colorado Nursery Act,” said Laura Pottorff, CDA’s Program Manager for the Nursery, Phytosanitary, Plant-Pest Quarantine, and Seed programs. “Trees and other landscape plants are a significant investment made to add value to our property. Be wise and informed.”
Anyone looking to sell nursery stock including trees, shrubs, turfgrass, sod, and other perennial plants must be registered with the state. This is required by the Colorado Nursery Act which helps protect homeowners. Plant materials offered for sale must meet strict standards for plant health and pest freedom that gives these trees and other plans an increased rate of survival.
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