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The color of the year

Date posted: December 15, 2022

The color that can help shape the year ahead is Viva Magenta. The global color authority reveals its Color of the Year every December. For 2023, the choice is a vibrant relative of the red family. Magenta exuberants optimism and joy, it is powerful and empowering.   It is an animated red that encourages experimentation... Read more »

Protect your lawn when it snows

Date posted: November 21, 2022

It is that time of the year again, the snow has started. But when you break out the shovel do you ever forget where your walkway or your driveway ends, and your lawn begins? It is important to protect your lawn against winter. Lawn care is still needed during the winter months. Mark your lawn... Read more »

Did you plant bulbs yet for next spring?

Date posted: October 31, 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 as long as you know a few things to do – and not do – when planting. Do: Choose a location that is well-drained and... Read more »

Extend your evenings with landscape lighting

Date posted: August 22, 2022

Withs days getting shorter, now is a great time to be thinking about how lighting can help you make the most of your yard. We are almost a month out from the first day of fall, landscape lighting can help give us more time outdoors. There are three main ways lighting can enhance our outdoor... Read more »

Continue to learn about new plants – changing your landscape

Date posted: August 16, 2022

Flower breeding companies put in years of time and money into coming up with new plant varieties, new colors, and new plant traits. They are always working on improving current varieties, like the ability to withstand extreme weather conditions. Some of the specific traits they look for in flower breeding are; more flowers, bigger flowers,... Read more »

Identify problems and protect the trees

Date posted: August 9, 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 to protect the trees. Beetles and bugs are damaging our trees. Ash Bark Beetle – These beetles are accounting for most of the... Read more »

Manage Japanese beetles

Date posted: August 2, 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 plants. But before the adult beetles wreak havoc on plants, leaving behind lacy skeleton of leaves, their white grubs are busy at work chewing on our turf roots. If... Read more »

Time for a mid-summer makeover

Date posted: July 19, 2022

garden area plants

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 for the rest of the growing season. Gardens are where plant science and art come together. Start by selecting plants that will... Read more »

Helping plants through a heat wave and saving water at the same time

Date posted: July 11, 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 that prefer warm weather are not always big fans of temperatures above 95 degrees, or drastic changes. What is too hot? This will depend on... Read more »

Don’t let your yard sparkle

Date posted: July 4, 2022

  A favorite family activity each 4th of July may be to have a sparkler and write something in the sky! The majority of people usually just throw the used sparkler on the ground and forget about it, well do not do that! It is bad for your lawn! Get a bucket of water! Fill... Read more »


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