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Making Lyons Lovely

When the 2013 flood washed away Lyons, the Town Hall Plaza wasn’t spared. But a new wildlife garden habitat has risen from the mud to inspire residents and visitors alike.

Butter Me Up

Jessica Jacobson recently invited us to her home to feast on six incredible dishes made with her Fireworks Finishing Butter.

Succulents are sensational in pots, gardens, wreaths and just about anywhere else

People are embracing succulents these days, even the prickly ones, with enthusiasm. These are easy-care plants with interesting shapes and showy flowers.

Comfortably Casual Cottage Gardens

Connie Farnbach has created a cottage garden at her Boulder home, substituting native plants for some of the classic traditional English varieties.

Autumn’s Gifts: A few treats for the fall season

It’s always sad to see summer go, but slipping into fall with a little nourishing and pampering is relatively easy duty with these gifts for autumn.

Give a Little, Get a Lot

Here’s a list of five good-cause fundraisers and benefits in 2017 that could use your support. Feb. 4: Chocolate Lovers’ Fling Help victims of domestic violence...

Find Fun Stuff to do in Longmont

Want to find fun stuff to do in Longmont? Just pick up the newest copy of Visit Longmont—THE guide for all things Longmont!

Sowing Oats at Lafayette’s Oatmeal Festival

Lafayette’s annual Oatmeal Festival, where participants ring in the New Year with a 5k walk/run, and enjoy a steaming bowl of oatmeal afterward.

Bloomin’ Perfect: 11 Must-Have Annuals

The senior curator at Denver Botanic Gardens shares his list of must-haves annuals.

One of Mapleton Hill’s original historic mansions has a modern-day makeover

The Centenos kept the historic integrity of the home as they redesigned and rebuilt in accordance with the city’s historic-preservation policies.