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New to Colorado Gardening? What You Need to Know

July 18, 2014
If you are a newcomer to our beautiful state we would like to welcome you with a little advice that may help ease you into gardening in Colorado. The Weather: Colorado has lower levels of...

Yard Safety Tips: For You and Your Pets

July 18, 2014
  We think of our yards as the safe haven:  It’s where the dog romps and the kids can run barefoot in the sheer delight of summer.  This safe haven for your family...

Is Your Landscape a Wildscape?

June 18, 2014
You might not want to coax a bumblebee onto your finger like you would a ladybug --> – but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t invite Mrs. Bumblebee into your yard....

Are you tossing your salad when you plant?

June 06, 2014
Take the same basic ingredients as always – basil, tomatoes and lettuce – but this year, toss the salad plants and herbs into a different growing pattern.    Plant...

Want Stunning Containers?

May 30, 2014
More than just a pot of petunias The warming weather says “patio season” – time to dress up the patio with containers full of flowers.  To make a stunning...

Were you hit by hail?

May 23, 2014
The growing season is off to a rough start with hail pelting many areas along the Front Range . With this being just the beginning of the hail season throughout Colorado,...

Get Your Lawn Off to a Healthy Start

May 16, 2014
The season of graduation celebrations, weddings and other backyard events is upon us – and the lawn needs to look good for the party. Making the lawn attractive may not seem like...

How to Deal with Winter Burn

May 16, 2014
Brown foliage on evergreen trees and shrubs could be a sign of winter burn.   When outer needles of evergreen trees and leaves on broadleaf evergreens turn brown, especially on the...

Now is the Time to Plant

May 16, 2014
The night-time lows for the next week are up to 40-50 degrees along the Front Range .  These warm nights combined with still warmer day-time temps mean the soil is warming up and ready...

Flowering Plants for Mother’s Day

May 10, 2014
Give mom plants for Mother’s Day Mother’s Day is traditionally when we give mom flowers and giving her planted ones means she can enjoy them all season long. And remember that...

7 Lawn Care Myths Dispelled

April 11, 2014
Did you know that April is National Lawn Care Month? And that makes mid-April a good time to dispel some common myths about lawn care so you can get your lawn off to the best possible...

Tips and Checklist for Tree Planting and Care

April 10, 2014
Pick the right tree for your area. There are many regional differences and specific microclimates within your property – that’s where our expert designers and tree care professionals...