gardening tips for Colorado

Home / Posts tagged "gardening tips for Colorado"
Organic Gardening Tips & Tricks

Organic Gardening Tips & Tricks

A cornerstone of sustainable landscaping in Colorado is making the commitment to organic gardening practices. This involves eliminating chemicals, amending soil naturally and being patient as you learn what works and what doesn’t. The following gardening tips and tricks shed light on what organic gardening is and the techniques you can apply to your backyard landscape. Cleanse…

Continue Reading

5 Favorite Colorado Native Perennials

A drought-tolerant landscape does not have to be defunct of color! There are several plants native to Colorado that are perfect for xeriscaping and offer year-round visual interest with vibrant colors, engaging textures and sculptural shapes. Here are five of our favorites that call Colorado home. Rocky Mountain Columbine This beautiful perennial has striking white…

Continue Reading

Flowers to Make Landscapes Buzz with Birds & Butterflies

Landscapes humming with life have a special way of energizing our spirits. They remind us of the awe-inspiring circle of life and the infinite beauty of nature. But you don’t have to go to the Denver Botanic Gardens to experience this. You can enjoy an uplifting landscape every time you step outside your home by incorporating flowers…

Continue Reading
6 Spectacular Raised Bed Design Ideas for Spring

6 Spectacular Raised Bed Design Ideas for Spring

Maybe you live in the city of Denver and don’t have the right land or square footage. Maybe you’ve tried, but something – be it the sun, soil, drainage, etc. – just wasn’t right. No matter what your gardening challenges may be, you don’t have to throw in the towel (or should we say shovel)…

Continue Reading
Know the Plants that are Toxic to your Pets

Know the Plants that are Toxic to your Pets

Are you sure the plants in your landscape and garden are safe for your little furry family members, meaning your beloved pets? Believe it or not, there are some plants that are safe for humans to eat but are toxic to pets. Cats and dogs don’t usually eat plants but to be on the safe side, here are a…

Continue Reading