Monthly Archives: September 2008

Late summer splendor in Jefferson County

Cooler temperatures and some well-timed rains have created a late summer paradise for many gardeners. There’s still time to move, add, change, delete plants from your  gardens, or, if you’re tired of gardening, liberate yourself and get out and see … Continue reading

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Shocking Salvias!

Yesterday I visited 9 of our demonstration gardens in the Denver Metro area and WOW! the plants were lucious, the colors were stunning, and what a variety of settings and garden styles I enjoyed at these gardens. What shocked me … Continue reading

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Fall – a time of renewal in the garden

It used to be that fall meant the end of summer; now it means a return to reasonable gardening weather again! Trays of plants that sat in the driveway all summer are being disbursed throughout my gardens. The hummingbirds are … Continue reading

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