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Avoiding Seed Scams

Sowing seeds is one of spring’s most rewarding tasks. Buying seeds online? Here are steps to take to make sure you don’t get scammed.

Prep Now For Spring

Where were you last year when spring suddenly took off in Colorado? Was your lawnmower ready to roll? Were the tools clean and ready...

Improving the Health and Vigor of Your Lawn

Fall fertilization helps your lawn recover from the stresses of summer and provides nutrients for it to grow deeper roots and a denser stand...

Tree tips: Fall is a great time of year to plant trees

Trees offer us a host of environmentally friendly qualities. Here are ways to return the favor when we plant them. By Sara Bruskin Autumn is famous for...

A Path Well Traveled

Choosing the right garden path is essential, but the choices are many. Here are some options.

Bloomin’ Perfect: 11 Must-Have Annuals

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

Making Gifts for the Garden

The growing season is a great time to repurpose items for the garden. Here are 12 ideas.

Feature Garden: One World Wonder

The 2013 flood mandated a patio and garden revival project that married old world charm and historic Boulder in a sanctuary for this busy couple.

Garbage Goodness: homespun garden supplements

We’re talking eggshells, banana peels and coffee grounds, judiciously applied around certain types of plants without the wait for decomposition.

Growing Art in the Garden

In Boulder County, where you can be outdoors year-round, many residents favor affordable garden art, and functional garden art is perennially popular.