lawn & garden
Once you’ve seen columbines blooming in the high country, you won’t forget them. The Columbine, the Colorado State flower, emblematizes our trademark clear blue skies and crisp mountain breezes. Co...
Early-in-the-Season Annuals Osteospermums and Diascia (better known as African Sun Daisies and Snapdragons): Great Choices for Now!
Bored by your garden? Give it new spark.
Delightful or dreadful, dandelions are here to stay. Make peace with the weed by whipping up some recipes, or perhaps some wine.
Simple or sensational: A guide to this summer’s best grills.
The Seven Steps of Xeriscape
A Dolores-area nursery has received Wildlife Habitat certification from the National Wildlife Federation. Your backyard might qualify, too.
Come June, the Anasazi Heritage Center will begin planning its new Plant Select Demonstration Garden, joining Cliffrose garden center to become the only Plant Select demo sites in SW Colorado.
Poor soil, pesky pests? Think before you grab that bag of chemical fertilizer or insecticide. Many effective, natural alternatives are available – and they’re sustainable.
Like CSU Extensions throughout the state, Norwood’s office is busy providing programs in land conservation, 4-H youth, gardening, and so much more.
An early spring day a Buckhorn Gardens near Colona tempts one CSA member’s taste buds.