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Spring snow

Date posted: March 20, 2023

Springtime in the Rockies is usually a roller-coaster ride of nice days with warmer temps and colder days that bring heavy snows. And March, as we all know, tends to be the snowiest month. For many plants, this transition time into spring can be the most challenging time of year. Snowfalls from this point forward tend... Read more »

Children benefit from the gardening

Date posted: March 9, 2023

Children who grow their own vegetables are five times more likely to eat them, according to a 2015 study. Whether it’s at school or at home, gardening can benefit their health and well-being in many ways. Consider involving your children in planning your garden, and garden alongside them when it’s time to plant. Let them... Read more »

Why care about dirt? Healthy plants need healthy soil.

Date posted: March 1, 2023

Whether it is in your landscape or an indoor pot, the soil is the medium for your plants to thrive. High-quality soil performs five functions at the same time: Soil… Acts like a sponge, soaking up rainwater and limiting runoff. It also helps with groundwater recharge and controlling rainwater runoff in urban environments. Acts like... Read more »

Now’s the perfect time to compost, even with some snow

Date posted: February 21, 2023

Why winter composting is important. Compost needs time to mellow or break down. That’s why it works to put it down during the winter, even if it isn’t tilled into the soil. As it breaks down, compost creates a homogeneous soil mixture ripe with microbial activity. This process does not add nutrients to the soil,... Read more »

Extend the blooms with a rose plant

Date posted: February 13, 2023

Your Valentine can keep it indoors for now and move it outside when the weather warms. With proper care, roses will continue to bloom indoors. Give your sweetheart some special indoor greenery Indoor plants are always a good idea because they help clean the air of toxins, and some of them bloom too. Think about... Read more »

It’s Not Too Soon to Buy Seeds

Date posted: February 7, 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 is already booming. If you haven’t started planning this year’s garden, grab something warm to drink and cozy up to the fire with your laptop and order for spring!... Read more »

Winter health recovery

Date posted: February 1, 2023

This winter has been full of more snow than in past years. Being stuck inside can wear on our health and attitude. Your yard and garden can be part of your “winter blues,” recovery. Get moving. Exercise is a great way to get rid of those “winter blues”. Why not get out in the yard... Read more »

Winter plant care

Date posted: January 24, 2023

Plants are a great living gift to keep in your home during the winter months. Be sure to know how to adjust indoor plant care during the winter, and your houseplants will keep bringing you joy well into springtime. For most houseplants, follow these guidelines: Keep warm. Put them in a room with a steady... Read more »

Turf needs year-round care

Date posted: January 17, 2023

Your lawn does not actually die each winter; it goes dormant. Dormant grass needs care too, especially in periods where there is a lack of precipitation. Turf needs water in the winter, though not as much as it does in the heat of the summer. Simply turning off the water until spring leaves your lawn... Read more »

How green do you decorate?

Date posted: December 21, 2022

It’s traditional to deck the halls during the holidays with greenery dressed up with bows and lights. Artificial or natural tree? Artificial trees are less of a fire hazard and don’t drop needles to create a mess on the floor as the natural ones do. Being pre-lit so all you have to do is plug them... Read more »


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