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Go Ahead, Be a Drip

By David Wann Water costs are steadily rising, as is the price of food. A drip-irrigation system can help ease both of these things. With...

Artistry and ecology go hand in hand in this garden

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

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...

Planting by the Moon and Stars

Mikl Brawner of Harlequin’s Gardens in Boulder recommends using moon phases, planetary movements and star constellations as indicators of beneficial planting times.

The Buzz on Bees

Is your yard bee-friendly or a bee bomb? Here’s how to help these beneficial pollinators. The world would be strangely quiet without the subtle hum of...

Garden Gems – Find the Spot for These Native Plants

From sunny to shady, a spot exists somewhere in your garden for these native plants. Native shrubs often lack appeal when viewed at the nursery. Compared...

Show Your Colors – Using the Color Wheel in Your Garden

The color wheel is a good tool for helping you pick colors for your garden. By Arna Cohen The world is full of spectacular gardens: Pierre...

Getting Soaked in a Good Way

There’s more than one way to get soaked if you’re a plant. Here’s a comparison of four irrigation systems to help you find ones that...

Seed to Supper

Some Boulder restaurants take eating local to the next level by growing some or even most of the food they serve. Text and chef photos...

The Undaunted Gardener

How a relentless gardener turned his tangled underbrush into a paradise Ralph Hart didn't let an unruly landscape get the best of him. Instead, he...