Creating A Grid Helps To Maximize Space For More Vegetables
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It may still be cold outside, but it’s never too early to make plans for a vegetable garden. Creating a blueprint, choosing what kinds of vegetables to plant and deciding on the size of the garden can all be done before the spring thaw to ensure the best produce.
Feather Reed Grasses Grow In Early Spring And Last All Year
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It’s that time of year when the garden lays dormant and we fondly recall last summer’s lush and active plants. It may be the middle of winter in Colorado, but ornamental grasses provide color and texture to an otherwise bland landscape.
Elm Trees Are More Resistant To Disease During Winter
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Most certified arborists agree the dormant season is the time to prune trees. Leafless trees allow arborists easier, faster access to see what they are doing. Winter pruning also helps prevent the spread of disease.