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Country Fair Garden Center sells Hardy Boy plants, which are grown to thrive in the rugged Colorado environment and in other difficult growing conditions.
When is the best time for repotting houseplants? What do I need to do to get it done? That’s a question we get around here when our Denver-area gardeners have hung up their rakes and trowels for the winter and turned their attention to their indoor greenery. Just as we amend the soil in our […]Read More
How to Spot (and Fix!) Common Nutrient Deficiency in Plants You’ve chosen plants that thrive in the Denver metropolitan area: Check. You’ve been careful to give them not too much—or too little—water. Check. You’ve worked just enough compost into the soil to allow for drainage, aeration, and a healthy ecosystem of microbes and fungi. Check. […]Read More
When summer gives way to fall and the aspens start thinking about a wardrobe change, Colorado gardeners are nowhere near ready to hang up their tools. Sure, there are plenty of end-of-season chores to keep us busy, but it’s also a good time to get many ornamental and edible varieties in the ground and from […]Read More
When (and how) do Denver-area gardeners get prepared for winter? The first fall frost usually arrives here in the first half of October, giving high-country Coloradans plenty of time to tidy up their gardens and put them to bed until spring. Grab your calendar—here are the most important items on your fall gardening to-do list! […]Read More
“Is it too late to start a garden here in the Denver area?” Once July rolls around, our staff hears this question every day, without fail. Our answer? Absolutely not! That’s good news for locals who’ve spent their summers preparing their yards for new landscaping features, or those who’ve put off yard work in favor […]Read More
Rocky Mountain gardeners know that different rules apply when you’re gardening a mile high. There are plenty of magazines, nursery catalogs, and gardening blogs out there created for the average “lowlander”, but up here, success depends on learning from local gardening experts and creating gardens and landscapes with Colorado-hardy species. Here’s how shopping at a […]Read More