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Order now for spring

Date posted: January 19, 2021




In this post, we will discuss about what you want in your garden this summer. Winter officially began just a few weeks ago, but it’s already time to think about what you want in your garden this summer. Last year, gardening supply companies and garden centers experienced a huge spike in demand for seeds, plants,... Read more »


Winter lawn care

Date posted: January 11, 2021




In this post, here are guidelines from CSU on when and how to water this winter. Dry conditions across Colorado mean you’ll need to drag out the hose and sprinkler and water your landscape this winter. Snowfall usually provides far less moisture than rain, so you should supplement with winter watering when the ground is... Read more »


Plants of the year

Date posted: January 4, 2021




In this post, we will tell you about five plants of the year The National Garden Bureau once again chose five plants of the year. For 2021, they have chosen hibiscus (shrub), monarda or bee balm (perennial), hyacinth (bulb crop), garden bean (edible), and sunflower (annual). Plants are chosen because they are popular, easy-to-grow, widely... Read more »


Winter plant care

Date posted: December 29, 2020




In this post, we will discuss how to take care of indoor plants during the winter. Plants are a great living gift during the holidays. Be sure you know how to adjust indoor plant care during the winter, and your houseplants will keep bringing you joy well into the new year. Poinsettias will last a... Read more »


Safe holiday decorating

Date posted: December 21, 2020




In this post, we will discuss about the touch of nature and beauty to Christmas decor. Live plants are a beautiful addition to your holiday décor. Wreaths of evergreen, eucalyptus, or herbs add a touch of nature and fragrance to your home, and the scent of a fresh evergreen tree really adds to the Christmas... Read more »


Trendy color for your landscape

Date posted: December 15, 2020




In this post, we have mentioned about the trendy yet comforting color combination of flowers for your landscape.   This week, Pantone® announced that it had chosen two colors for 2021 Color of the Year. Pantone chose them as colors of a solid foundation (Ultimate Gray, reminiscent of rock or concrete) and of cheerfulness and... Read more »


Safe holiday lighting

Date posted: December 7, 2020




Here are some safety tips, if you’re planning your own holiday light show. Some households are celebrating the end of a challenging year by putting on spectacular light displays for the holidays. If you’re planning your own holiday light show, keep safety in mind. It may have taken a backseat to other news, but Colorado... Read more »


Feeling full?

Date posted: December 1, 2020




Here are the two tips to relieve your yard bloat. Feeling full after a Thanksgiving meal? Your yard and garden can be part of your overindulgence recovery. Two top tips for relieving bloat are: Get moving.  Exercise is a great way to get rid of that “too full” feeling. Why not get out in the... Read more »


Repurpose before you compost

Date posted: November 25, 2020




In this post, we will learn to repurpose yard waste into beautiful decorations. Before you go shopping for holiday bric-a-brac, check out what Mother Nature has left in your yard. Yesterday’s pruning debris can quickly be transformed into today’s seasonal décor. Many people spend money buying real or artificial pinecones, twigs and branches for decoration.... Read more »


Gardening indoors

Date posted: November 17, 2020




In this post, there are some tips and tricks for indoor herb gardening. The backyard garden may be finished for the season, but you can keep your green thumb in shape with an indoor herb garden this fall and winter. If you choose the right conditions, windowsill herb gardening requires little time and effort. If... Read more »


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