Why It’s Cool To Go Native

Date posted: July 12, 2018

Columbine flower

Want to make your garden look highly attractive and yet save water and time on maintenance? You need to grow some native plants in your lawn like Colorado Columbine and others that would provide an array of benefits. This infographic highlights some of those benefits.  


Heads-Up On Lawn Problems This Year

Date posted: June 8, 2018

Heads-up on lawn problems this year

Your lawn may get affected by various problems such as Mite Damage, Ascochyta Leaf Blight, Frog Eye or Necrotic Ring Spot. Whether these problems occur due to extreme weather conditions, insufficient water, or over-watering, you will need experts’ help to overcome these lawn problems. Here is the tip of the week from the lawn experts... Read more »


Simple Steps to Garden Success

Date posted: May 8, 2018

Growing and harvesting a successful veggie garden is not as difficult as many people think about it. This infographic lays down 10 important and basic steps that if followed would provide you a bountiful harvest or a continuously productive vegetable garden.


Go for Diversity!

Date posted: May 8, 2018

How to Garden on Betwixt and Between Days

Planting a variety of trees in your garden is a sure shot way to minimize the risk of damage caused due to the attack of pests or insects on a specific variety of tree. This infographic brings home this point and highlights steps to preserve and maintain a beautiful and productive garden.


How to Garden on Betwixt and Between Days

Date posted: April 18, 2018

This infographic summarises some of the important points or steps to follow for people who want to maintain their gardens or give them a new design to make them more appealing and productive. Hiring professional gardeners or landscaping experts for maintaining beautiful gardens even in harsh conditions can be crucial for the health of your... Read more »


Refresh With Indoor Plants

Date posted: March 23, 2018

Planting pollution absorbing indoor plants in homes, offices or buildings especially with closed ventilation system is essential to keeping the indoor air pure and enhancing the aesthetics of the property. This infographic shares some essential factors worth considering when selecting the indoor plants and enumerates five top-rated plants that can be selected for their foliage... Read more »


Drought Alert! What You Need To Do This Winter

Date posted: February 22, 2018

Colorado State University horticultural professors recommend winter watering when the daytime temperatures are above 40 degrees F. Do this twice a month during our fall and winter drought season from October through March. For large trees, apply water to the most critical parts of the root zone within the drip line of the tree to keep... Read more »


Save your Plants from Drying Out!

Date posted: January 9, 2018

The snow we had so far this winter is a drop in the bucket when it comes to moisture needed to keep plants healthy. This is not a time to be complacent about dry plants. We need 10 inches of snowfall to equal 1 inch of moisture. Most winters along the Front Range, there is... Read more »


Why Aerate Your Lawn?

Date posted: November 24, 2017

Soil compaction is a major cause of turf deterioration. Compacted soil is caused by lawn traffic, walking, and mowing that reduce the area where roots can grow. Adequate amount of vital turf nutrients, including water, nitrates, phosphorous, potassium are unable to reach the level, where the roots lie. Aeration removes small cores of turf that... Read more »


Christmas Lighting Decorating Tips

Date posted: November 17, 2017

If you want to take your Christmas decoration a notch higher, you need to pay attention to the lighting techniques for brightening up the holiday spree. There are different types of lighting techniques which includes roof lighting that has two categories; facia lighting and ridge lighting. In addition, window lighting enhances the look of each... Read more »


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