Winter houseplant care: A pinch of planning for a pound of pride

by Gerry Hofmann Originally Published November 2013 Now that the weather is definitely ‘fallish’ & even sometimes a bit like winter, many gardeners turn their attention to the cousins of our outdoor landscapes, namely houseplants. They manage to tide us over the cooler winter months quite nicely, if we just give them a little preventative […]

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Secrets to successful gardening…

by Gerry Hofmann Even though it seems like it has been quite toasty for weeks now, summer officially began only a few days ago. That means we have a lot of gardening time still in front of us – time to rearrange plants that could do better elsewhere (“What was I thinking when I stuck […]

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Don’t Let Heat Stress Get You Down

By Jesse Eastman In the heat of summer in Colorado, it’s easy to feel a little overwhelmed with watering. 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 do to keep your plants looking full and blooming? Here are a […]

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