Lawn & Garden Care

It's Not Too Soon To Buy Seeds | Tip of The Week

February 10, 2023
Yes, there’s plenty of snow on the ground, but it’s not too early to think about this year’s garden.  Seed catalogs were mailed long ago, and the online business...

Lawn Care Tips for Snow | Tip of the Week

November 18, 2022
It is that time of the year again when the snow has arrived. You might be enjoying the recent snowfall by cuddling up next to a fire with some hot coco, or getting outside and...

Lawn Tips for November | Tip of the Week

November 11, 2022
Here's your November lawn care 'to do' list: Collect leaves and other debris that has fallen from trees or garden beds to avoid damaging the lawn over winter. Fertilize...

Did You Plant Bulbs yet | Tip of the Week

October 28, 2022
If you haven’t planted bulbs yet for next spring, there may still be time. Planting now gives them time to develop roots before the ground freezes. It's an easy project if you...

Get Frost Ready | Tip of the Week

October 21, 2022
Get Frost Ready If you haven’t yet winterized your sprinkler system - it's that time - or call one of our professional to schedule this service soon. Hard...

Compost your Yard Waste | Tip of the Week

October 14, 2022
Compost Your Yard Waste As the growing season winds down and you prepare your landscape for winter, you may find yourself with a lot of yard waste. Instead of...

Lawn Turf Care | Tip of the Week

October 07, 2022
Lawn Turf Care   Lawns help cool our environment and make our backyards more enjoyable in the warm months. Through spring and summer—especially this...

Identify Problems and Protect the Trees | Tip of the Week

August 05, 2022
Learn what is damaging your tree, and how to stop it. Distinguish between plant damage brought on by diseases, insects, or a nutrient deficiency. Learn to identify these pests and how...

Manage Japanese Beetles | Tip of the Week

July 29, 2022
Japanese beetles have descended upon many Front Range communities. These exotic pests love many of our favorite plants, including roses, Virginia creeper, sunflowers, and green bean...

Time for a mid-summer makeover | Tip of the Week

July 15, 2022
Now is a good time to refresh garden areas, as some annuals have likely begun to fade. Choose some perennials that will tolerate the hot days still ahead and bring color to your garden...

Helping Plants Through a Heat Wave and Saving Water at the Same Time | Tip of the Week

July 08, 2022
Even in our high plain's region, the higher the normal heat, dryness, and extreme temperature swings of our summers can cause stress and potential damage to the garden. Even plants...

2022 Plants of the year | Tip of the Week

December 31, 2021
Each year, the National Garden Bureau (NGB) chooses its plants of the year in several categories: annuals, perennials, bulbs, shrubs, and edible plants. This year they also added a...