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Über Tubers

Get your garden in tuber-licious shape with these stunning tubers that are best planted in fall. By Mary Lynn Bruny Good gardeners always plan ahead, and...

Get Your Chi Flowing

Here are simple ways to incorporate feng shui into your garden. By Julie Hauser Feng shui is an ancient Chinese philosophy of form and placement that...

Fall Flamers: Fiery Autumn Plants

Kick up the color in your garden with these fiery autumn plants. By Panayoti Kelaidis Colorado autumn is rightfully celebrated in our mountains—crisp air, golden aspens,...

Sculpting with Mother Nature

These four local gardens enhance nature with sculptures created by the gardens’ owners. By Lisa Truesdale For professional artists, sharing gallery space with others is an...

Go Ahead, Be a Drip

By David Wann Water costs are steadily rising, as is the price of food. A drip-irrigation system can help ease both of these things. With...

Seed to Supper

Some Boulder restaurants take eating local to the next level by growing some or even most of the food they serve. Text and chef photos...

Seed to Supper Chef’s Recipes: Colterra Beet Salad

Photo by Magdalena Szachowska Colterra Beet Salad 2 large organic red beets 2 large organic chioggia beets 1 oz organic chives 1 oz organic basil 1 oz organic italian parsley 2...

Tomato Talk

It’s time to start tomatoes indoors, so here are our picks for the tastiest tomatoes to grow in the garden this year. By Carol O’Meara The...

Coping with Climate Change

Gardeners know Colorado’s weather wreaks havoc on plants, and it’s not getting any better with global warming. But the way you garden can make...

Feature Garden: Everything’s Coming Up Roses

Because almost everything is a rose in this fancier’s 50-year-old garden. Text and garden photos by Kimberly Ezzell Ruth Roberts has finally lost count of all...