Will this Blue Spruce fit next to my driveway? Why isn’t my plant growing in my front yard? What plants will grow best on the East side of my house? We have heard every question under the sun, but oftentimes, it’s too late to fix it! Stay ahead of the curve and know what to plant where!
If you’re new to the Front Range area, OR just want to understand your home environment more, come and join us! We will be giving our best 'climate hacks' to get ahead of the hurdles that the Front Range throws at you. Find out how to conquer altitude, humidity, fluctuating temperatures, freezes, wind, harsh sunlight, alkaline clay soil, and more!
Perennial gardens, if designed correctly, can provide your landscape with many years of beauty! We will be here to guide you on what perennials to choose, how to group them for optimal growth, soil preparation, maintenance, and how to plant them in a way that is gorgeous!
On the Front Range, most homeowners have heavy, dense soil with clay- which makes it harder to plant in and work with. A great way to help this issue is to amend your soil! Listen in to this virtual class to learn how to make our Colorado soil work for you and your plants.
Did you know we are approaching another planting season? Learn what you should be planting and why now is a perfect time to plant! We have our expert tips and tricks to keep blooms in your yard and bring life to the end of summer. Plus, tips on ensuring your plants get the best chance to survive winter!
Our Garden Gourmand, Abby, takes you on a tour of the flavors and nutrients you may not know are growing in your garden! Put convention to the side as we explore the savory side of perennials, trees, and shrubs, as well as highlighting edible plants you probably see every day!
Just because we live in Colorado doesn't mean we can't have gorgeous fresh fruits! Join us in discussing all things fruit! We will cover what can be grown outside and inside, how to care for these plants, and how to choose the right plant for your space!
Plants, animals, and bugs interact with each other in nature in a harmonious way. Understanding some of these "secrets" helps to make gardening more pleasant and fun. Let the plants do the work not you!