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Plants for Mom – Mother’s Day living gifts

A living gift is a great idea for Mother’s Day. Whether she lives in an apartment or a house with a big yard, there is a plant for every mom.

Hanging baskets can brighten up a porch, balcony, or sunny window. Many garden centers offer a variety of sizes and color combinations. They can be moved easily, so she can bring them indoors if we anticipate a late-spring frost.

  • Fragrant Plants

To make Mom’s porch, patio, or yard smell great, look for fragrant flowers like heliotrope or dianthus. Heliotrope features many small, beautiful blue/purple or white flowers with a tremendous sweet scent. Its smell is so lovely that it’s been used in perfumes since the 1800s. Dianthus, often known as “pinks,” has a spicier scent—some say they smell like cinnamon or clove.

  • Plants that show love

A unique way to show Mom you love her is to include some plants with heart-shaped leaves or flowers. The petals of the Petunia Amore Queen of Hearts are bicolored, with the pink color coming together to form little hearts. Sweet potato vine has lovely heart-shaped leaves, as does Brunnera macrophylla, often called Siberian bugloss. Both of these plants do well in containers.

  • Flower suggestions

*Hanging baskets: Confetti Hot Spring Fling, Kwik Rocky Mtn High, Trixi CO Kaleidoscope – Verbena, petunias & calibrachoa in basket are waterwise. TIP: You can insert the whole plastic pot into the moss basket for aesthetics and better water retention.

  • *Geranium Big EEZE Foxy Flamingo – Geraniums are Japanese Beetle-resistant and easy to grow.
  • *Petunia Hells Glow – Waterwise, Unique color (Orange, not typical of petunias)
  • *Salvia g. Hummingbird Falls – Very waterwise, attracts hummingbirds, 1st trailing variety of this type.
  • *Dahlia Venti Red & White
  • *Perennials – Waterwise choice, come back year after year.

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Source: in collaboration with Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado

Get ready for the growing season

Itching to get out and work in the yard? Planting time really is just around the corner. While you wait until the threat of freeze is over, there are plenty of ways to prepare for the growing season.

To be effective and efficient in the yard, you need the right tools and tools in good condition. Take stock of the shovels, rakes, weeding tools and pruners that are stashed in the garage or shed.

Do DIY repairs and schedule services for the tasks you won’t do yourself:

  • On metal surfaces of shovels and other tools, remove rust with steel wool and apply WD-40.
  • Replace broken handles on shovels and rakes.
  • Sharpen blades on pruners and also the lawnmower.
  • Schedule the spring tune-up for the lawnmower. You’ll want it to be ready to roll and not waiting in line when it’s time for the first mow of the season.
  • Schedule spring lawn aeration and sprinkler system activation now, as schedules fill up quickly.

Finally, resist the urge to plant too early. Colorado could still see a freeze in the next six weeks, so be patient in order to give your new plants the best chance at thriving in your landscape.

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Source: in collaboration with Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado


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