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Protect your Blooms from Widlife

Protect your Blooms from Widlife

If there is one thing that can be heartbreaking to a gardener, it’s coming outside to see a garden full of eaten plants. Living in the Denver area, you have to be careful about deer, rabbits, elk, and voles chowing down on your beautiful bulbs. However, there’s no need to breakout the hunting gear to keep your…

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A Flavorful Harvest

A Flavorful Harvest

Thanks to the hot summer this year, gardens all around Denver are thriving and even causing some crops to be harvested ahead of schedule. If you are unsure about what vegetables in your veggie garden can be harvested right now, take a look at some great tips from the ALCC that will help you to…

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Perennials to Plant in August

Perennials to Plant in August

If you are ready for some fresh new color in your garden, it is still too early for fall color and mums. So what can you plant? Well August is the perfect month for perennials.  Here are some great perennials that can be planted in August. Sonoran Sunset. Bright violet flower spikes that grows to 15-18″…

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Colorado State’s Annual Flower Trail Garden

Colorado State’s Annual Flower Trail Garden

Did you know that if a flower can survive in Colorado, it can survive anywhere in the rest of the country? Well that’s due to our extreme to normal weather conditions. It’s actually at The Annual Flower Trail Garden at Colorado State University taking place now through August 14th, that many master gardeners, industry pros, horticulturists…

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Summer Gardening Tips to put on the Calendar

Summer Gardening Tips to put on the Calendar

From mid to late June there are a few landscaping tips that you can add to the calendar that will help you get the most out of your yard this season. Take a look at these great tips featured on www.colostate.edu. In Mid June To conserve moisture, mulch tomatoes after the soil is thoroughly warm this…

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Plants can recover from hail damage

Plants can recover from hail damage

Last month there was some strong winds and pounding hail and rain that could have taken a toll on your garden. Some plants can be easily replaced, while it may be too late to replant some veggies from seed.  But there is good news. Although the hail and driving winds brought in debris, once that…

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Vertical Gardening: Grow Up When you can’t Grow Out

Vertical Gardening: Grow Up When you can’t Grow Out

Ever heard of vertical gardening? If not, it is a new landscaping trend that has not been seen too often in Colorado yet. This is due to the fact that Colorado does not have the year-round climate to support expanses of green walls like you see in more temperate areas. However, you can still apply the…

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