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Winter Greenery

Tips for growing herbs and greens all winter By John Lehndorff If you bring a citrus tree indoors, don’t let it completely dry out or its...

Coming to Fruition

An urban orchard is taking root right in the heart of Boulder. By Lisa Truesdale Savannah Snody of Growing Gardens proudly displays some of the very...

Asian Infused – Winter 2015 Feature Garden

Asian accents abound in this garden that was a labor of love, with friends and family pitching in to help. By Lisa Truesdale Photos by weinrauchphotography.com Terraced...

Beautiful Berms

Berms do more than screen noises. They make a garden interesting. By Panayoti Kelaidis Almost a quarter-century ago, the great garden designer Harland Hand was wandering...

The Queen of Climbers

Whether you pronounce it CLEM-a-tis or cle-MAT-is, these pretty plants climb and shine. By Mary Lynn Bruny During a garden tour years ago, I found myself...

Game On!

Lawn games add a dose of fun and elegance to outdoor summer parties Sunshine, food and Champagne abounded at Joni Klippert’s birthday party at Chautauqua Park...

Deer-Terrents

By Molly Rettig If deer treat your yard like a buffet—munching roses, gulping from your pond, and nibbling your hard-grown fruits and veggies—you’re probably at...

Feature Garden: Rosy Outlook

Plant more roses than you think you have space for? Why not? Inspired by Ruth Roberts’ 50-year-old Boulder rose garden, Lynn Nichols’ garden overflows...

Food for Thought: The Food Project Farm in Longmont

The nonprofit Growing Gardens has partnered with the YMCA of Boulder Valley to expand the Food Project Farm in Longmont and its functions.

Pest Patrol

Here are common pests in local gardens, trees and homes, and ways to prevent and eradicate them. Or, in a few cases, overlook them. By...