Alpine Gardens, started in 1978 by Jack and Christine Fetig, is a family-owned and operated landscape design and install business. They are located next to their sister company, Fossil Creek Nursery in South Fort Collins with another location in Greeley. Jack serves as President and Senior Landscape Designer while Christine is the Secretary and Treasurer. Along with Jack and Christine, their son Nate and daughter-in-law, Heidi both help with daily operations as General Manager and Office Manager, respectively. Together, along with a team of over 40 employees, they create high quality designs and landscapes using the latest tips and trends in the landscape industry.
Alpine Gardens has been creating and installing landscapes for 40 years throughout northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. With their extensive knowledge and top-notch craftsmanship, they can design the landscape of your dreams at a competitive price.
Alpine Gardens isn’t your regular landscape company. They work with their customers from the design through installation to make sure they are creating the perfect landscape to their customers’ needs and specifications. From patios to pergolas, outdoor kitchens and water features, Alpine Gardens can take your landscape vision and make it a reality. Routine maintenance, sprinkler installation and even hanging Christmas lights, Alpine Gardens can handle any project, large or small.
Alpine Gardens is a trusted landscape company with roots in Fort Collins for numerous years. They design landscapes for residential, commercial, as well as donate their time and efforts to local non-profits and community projects.
In 2018, Alpine Gardens donated crews and supplies such as soil, plants, and trees from Fossil Creek Nursery, to beautify The Community Grief Center entrance in Greeley. The Community Grief Center is an organization that supports those who are grieving from the loss of a loved one. Alpine Gardens was proud to be able to support The Community Grief Center and give their entrance a cleaner and more cohesive look.
Another community project Alpine Gardens assisted with took place at Grandview Elementary in Windsor. They assisted the Garden Club in helping to revitalize their garden that teaches young students about agriculture and growing their own produce. Once the vegetables grow and are harvested, the food will be used in the school cafeteria.
Alpine Gardens is passionate about working on projects to help their local community and to create unique designs to last a lifetime.