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A New “S*PARK” for Boulder

Congrats to Boulder’s Sopher Sparn Architects for providing the “sparkling” design that integrates affordable housing, commercial and retail space, open space and parks, and energy...

Creating Nirvana in a Garden

These tips can help generate a spiritual essence in your garden. By Tori Peglar The ancient Chinese philosopher and poet Lao Tzu once wrote, “A journey...

Back to the Cabin

Leaving the city and arriving at the beautiful stillness of nature—water, rocks, trees and sky—is the reason many people love having a cabin.

Living from the Heart

When mass shootings grab headlines every day, it’s easy to become suspicious and fearful. It’s easy to think that arming yourself is the only...

Summer Surprises: Late-blooming flowers

A wealth of late-summer flowers is available for our gardens—and not just plants in the mint and daisy families

Preserving Peppers

Make the most of your autumn crop. Here are ways to preserve your chile pepper harvest so you can whip up spicy fixings year-round.

Popsockets, Nespresso Aeroccino, OXO Good Grips, Soil Knife

Things We Love-- Knives to Good Grips, our staff loves these things, and we thought you might, too!

Wild native plants that are suitable for local gardens

Wild for Wild Ones: The Rockies are full of wild native plants and many are suitable for local gardens. By Panayoti Kelaidis I know a handful of...

Artistry and ecology go hand in hand in this garden

Stunning and sustainable garden is striking showpiece designed by landscaper and artist

Feature Home: Cultural Crossroads

This bright contemporary remodeled home is a showcase of cultural artifacts and ancient crafts.