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Ways to Incorporate Vertical Space

By Alex Tisthammer Perhaps you are a gardener with a small yard or a collector who is a little plant crazy, but regardless, you know that space is valuable and you want to use it to the best of its advantage. Taking advantage of vertical space is a wonderful way to help utilize areas practically as well as make your […]

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Tips for Happy Houseplants

By Laurel Aiello Houseplants have become more popular over the last few years, and it’s no surprise why: they add life and color to the home while improving the health and happiness of those inside. However, it’s not always easy to keep houseplants looking as great as they did in the greenhouse, the desert or […]

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Summer Pest Control

By Jesse Eastman Colorado summers mean hot days, camping trips, and unfortunately, garden invaders. All sorts of pest problems amplify in summer, from insects to fungus to bacterial problems that infest and damage our beloved plants. Fortunately, there is a wide range of options to manage pests and keep our yards and gardens thriving. At […]

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Heat Stress & Plants

By Jesse Eastman In the heat of summer in Colorado, the signs of heat stress can emerge and cause real stress for plant parents. Leaves scorch in the sun, it seems like plants are wilting just as fast as you can water them, and our afternoon thunderstorms have more bark than bite. What should you […]

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A Year of Garden To-Do’s

By Alex Tisthammer There is a common misconception that gardeners take the winter off. However, there is plenty you can do throughout the year to keep your yard happy, healthy and looking beautiful! Print this guide out and hang it on your fridge so you have it handy when you’re wondering, “What do I need […]

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Managing Weeds in the Landscape & Garden

Managing Weeds in the Landscape & Garden

By Jesse Eastman While weeds always present a challenge when gardening, 2021 on the Front Range has been particularly difficult. A wet spring followed by intense heat created ideal conditions for weeds to thrive. Many desirable plants need special attention and love to get growing in the spring and additional love and resources to survive […]

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Don’t Get Beat By Hail

By Jesse Eastman Hail is a fact of life. If you’re into gardening, it’s a devastating, frustrating, and anxiety-inducing fact of life, but a fact, nonetheless, and it’s not going away just because coronavirus has brought society to a screeching halt. The big difference this year is that so many of you have either taken […]

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5 Tips for Peach Success

Nothing defines these hot lazy days of late summer better than a sweet juicy peach. Did you that the only thing better than a Colorado-grown peach bought at a farmer’s market is a peach grown in your own yard? Peaches make excellent landscape trees, are easy to care for, and you get the freshest peaches […]

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Seed planting for fall crops

As we reach the mid-point of summer, it is time to start planning ahead and planting seeds for fall vegetable crops like cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, kale, carrots and brussels sprouts. With lower levels of light, more consistent moisture, and the occasional light frost, cool weather crops can excel well into the waning days of […]

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 Heat Stress

As the summer temperatures start to rise above 85 F., many of our plants will inevitably start to feel the adverse effects of heat stress.  Heat stress occurs when temperatures are hot enough for a sufficient period of time to cause irreversible damage to plant function or development.   Signs of heat stress include wilting, yellowing […]

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