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How to Protect Flowers From Hail Damage

How to Protect Flowers From Hail Damage

9 ways to prepare for hail to minimize damage to your western garden Hail can leave you wanting to yell, “WHHHHYYYYYYYY?????” to Mama Nature. Sometimes, thunderstorms pop up so suddenly, there's very little that can be done except for cleaning up the damage. But other...

“Why Should I Plant Flower Pots This Summer?”

“Why Should I Plant Flower Pots This Summer?”

If you’re wondering, "Why should I plant flower pots this summer?", here are 8 reasons to dig into this awesome hobby in 2021. #1: Planting flowers reduces stress and makes you feel better. Studies show that getting out in nature calms us and makes us feel better....

“Should I Buy Big or Small Flower Pots?”

“Should I Buy Big or Small Flower Pots?”

If I could go back in time and tell myself one thing as a new (container) gardener... I would say it's worth finding pretty flower pots. They're like a good pair of shoes or a nice piece of jewelry. They can really elevate the look of your container garden. But how do...

Pansies: A Colorful Flower for Your Spring Flowerpots

Pansies: A Colorful Flower for Your Spring Flowerpots

Are you feeling adventurous this spring? Want to add a splash of color to your flowerpots? Get to know pansies! They're an early spring flower you can plant to add a BIG pop of color to your Colorado garden — especially if you're ready to kiss winter goodbye. You may...

Garden Lingo Bingo: Understanding Annuals vs Perennials

Garden Lingo Bingo: Understanding Annuals vs Perennials

As you start to learn more about gardening, you'll likely find yourself playing a game of, "garden lingo bingo." And you will DEFINITELY see the garden terms, "annual" and perennial," somewhere on your bingo card. In this week's tip, you'll get the scoop on: What's an...

Infographic: Key Differences Between Annuals and Perennials

Infographic: Key Differences Between Annuals and Perennials

As you learn how to garden, it's helpful to understand: "What's an annual vs a perennial?" Why? Because most flowers in your western garden will be one or the other. Here are key differences between annuals and perennials, so these types of flowers make more sense....

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