Category Archives: research and development

The holy land of high plains horticulture

Okay, I admit, I’ve heard Scott Skogerboe (Fort Collins Wholesale Nursery) talk about the Cheyenne Experiment Station for many years, but had never taken the time to see it for myself. Last week I was giving a talk in Casper, … Continue reading

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If only new plants came with propagation instructions…

Many new plants come to our program through the extensive collections at Denver Botanic Gardens, but surprisingly enough, these new-to-horticulture species never seem to come with propagation instructions! That detective work often falls to the staff there, lead by the … Continue reading

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