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.
Every year, the National Garden Bureau features five crops that are "popular, easy to grow, widely adaptable, genetically diverse, and versatile."
Boundless Landscapes is using Boulder as a testing ground for its “community-embedded agriculture” model by turning lawns into micro-farms across the city.
On my perfect day, we citizens of the world would daily ask ourselves how our human ecology contributes to environmental awareness and sustainability.
Many true alpines won’t grow at lower altitudes, but a surprising number can adapt to Front Range gardens. These tiny jewels all start with “A” and sparkle in local rock gardens.
A difference in flavor also indicates a disparity in health benefits, and studies show that the nutrient density in commercially produced fruits and vegetables is declining.
These six fruits and veggies have varieties that offer more curious flavors.
Mikl Brawner of Harlequin’s Gardens in Boulder recommends using moon phases, planetary movements and star constellations as indicators of beneficial planting times.
Story By Amy Andrychowicz Photos by Tracy Walsh There are many types of structures you can use for growing food vertically, with virtually unlimited room for...
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