Spring 2016

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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...

Crevice gardens allow gardeners to grow xeric plants in unique setting

some local gardeners are starting to experiment with crevice gardens—a new type of easy-to-maintain garden centerpiece.

Things We Love

We Have A New Look I’m excited. First, spring is here—yay! Second, I like the magazine’s new look. Our art director, Karen Sperry, has diligently...

Hostas are a shoo-in for shady areas

Hostas come in endless varieties, colors and sizes By Mary Lynn Bruny Come blistering summer months, nothing is as inviting as a calm, cool shade garden—especially...

Quiet-Spot, Headbands, Dog Shampoo, Thin Reader Glasses

Isn’t it great when you find something you love? Our staff found a few gems they’d love to share with you. Enjoy!

Nest-Zero: A dream retirement home

Energy-efficient modern design turned this couple’s nearly empty nest into a dream retirement home. By Lisa Marshall With her two teenage sons growing older, her job...