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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.

COMPANION PLANTING GUIDE

March 20, 2016

Basil Plant near: most garden crops Keep away from: rue Comments: improves the flavor and growth of garden crops, especially tomatoes and lettuce. Repels mosquitoes. Beans, Bush Plant near: beets, cabbage, carrots, catnip, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, marigolds, potatoes, savory, strawberries Keep away from: fennel, garlic, leeks, onions, shallots Comments: potatoes and marigolds repel Mexican bean […]

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SEED STARTING by Steve Rozic

March 7, 2016

  Supplies and Materials     What do you need to get growing? Really all it takes is a container, some soil and a light! But there is so much more out there that makes the job of starting seeds much easier. Soon you will know everything you should buy and which products not to […]

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Indoor Plant Care: A guide to healthy houseplants.

January 3, 2016

Indoor Plant Care Indoor plants add color, texture and warmth to the home. They allow year-round access to gardening and can even improve air quality. Many houseplants are easy to grow, but they must be given appropriate care in order to thrive. Since your plants were probably started in a greenhouse — grown under ideal conditions […]

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Create a beautiful Holiday setting utilizing houseplants

November 8, 2015

Combine your love of gardening with holiday decorating by using live potted plants as part of the decorations. You can use nice potted plants that you have around the house or use holiday decorating as an excuse to buy more exotic house plants. Potted plants also make great office decorations and gifts. Many stores feature […]

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Holiday Plant Toxicity Myths

November 8, 2015

What is True And What is Hype Several of our favorite holiday plants should be kept from children and pets, yet often they pose no serious danger in small amounts. There are many other and more toxic substances to children in homes to be mindful of, especially cosmetics, cleaning products, and personal care products. The poinsettia […]

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Gardener’s October To-Do List

October 7, 2015

Everything that needs to be done in the dirt this month.     Thin out one-third of the oldest branches of forsythia, lilac, spirea, and potentilla for better bloom and shape next spring. Dig up tender tubers and corms of dahlias, cannas, caladium, and gladiolius. Don’t cut back ornamental grasses, sunflowers, and wildflowers—leave them for […]

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