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Potting Spots

A potting station can be a creative project that pays off in terms of gardening ease. It’s hard not to covet the potting stations we...

Skimp or Splurge?

Winter’s the time to plan your landscape for spring. Here’s how to make the most of your garden budget. By Lisa Truesdale Whether you’re starting a landscape...

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.

Creating a Pet Paradise

Some dogs dig, bark and trample, but there are ways to turn your yard into a dog-friendly zone rather than your pet peeve. By Ruthanne...

Time for Winterscapes

Instead of winter escapes, think winterscapes! Take advantage of the cold to design your landscape with this advice from a local landscape architect. By Scott...

It’s Good to be King

Dramatic, showy foliage makes this king of begonias an indoor/outdoor must-have. Text and photos by Mary Lynn Bruny The Rex begonia is a regal plant worthy...

Autumn Leaf Hunt for Kids

Let’s go on a scavenger hunt and learn about trees.

Trees Are Talking

You may not hear them, but trees communicate messages to each other via air and roots, and scientists are proving what poets have known for years: There is wisdom in the trees.

More for Your Mulch

Mulches are like sure-fire aces that protect plants and improve soil conditions. In the game of gardening, it pays to play with mulches. Mulches are like...

Why We Should Ban Neonicotinoids

From the Task Force on Systemic Pesticides The Task Force on Systemic Pesticides provides comprehensive, independent analysis to inform more rapid & improved decisions on...