Tips for Winter Watering in Colorado

January 15, 2024

Winters in Colorado bring cold weather and temperatures well below freezing. With the air being dry and precipitation low, watering is still needed even in winter. Plants and trees should continue to be watered in winter to stay alive and to prevent […]

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The Five W’s of Your Backyard Pollinators

July 10, 2023

Your summer garden is your pride and joy. While you toil in the sunshine to cultivate its beauty, a swarm of tiny helpers, known as pollinators are right there alongside you. Pollinators are essential to […]

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Rainy Days in Colorado

June 16, 2023

All this rain has left our northern Colorado planting beds a muddy mess. Soil saturation is typically not something we have to worry about too much in such an arid climate, but this spring has […]

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It’s Time to Plan Your Plants!

April 13, 2023

In our area, the average last frost date is between May 10th and May 15th. But there are some cool season vegetables that like the chill in the air, like lettuce, carrots, radishes, broccoli, and […]

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Winter Watering

December 9, 2022

We are extremely dry here in Colorado and even if you have established trees, you need to water them. Although plants are dormant, they still require water in the winter which they would usually get […]

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Beat That Heat!

July 21, 2022

In the Front Range of Colorado, we experience intense heat, sunlight, and dryness. Because of this, lending your plants a helping hand can be the difference between survival and plant death. Since that summer sun […]

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