Now is the perfect time to plant your second set of cool crop veggies!In Colorado, planting your cool crops in the fall can work out even better than planting them in the spring because the ground is already thawed and warm which quickens the germination process. If we happen to get a frost before you harvest your second round of veggies, go ahead and cover them with frost cloth. You don't want the cloth to touch the plants at all. You can use a trash can, for example, to create a tenting structure.
Water cacti and succulents at least once a week. Water thoroughly and let the water run out of the drainage holes in the bottom. They are drought tolerant so if you forget a watering, they may look a little scraggly, but they will recover!
Cactus soil is specially formulated to allow water to moisten the soil and run through because these plants don’t like to stay wet. Don’t use just regular potting soil. Cacti...
Lupines are a beautiful perennial that add personality to any landscape! We have just about every color imaginable. They are characterized by tall columns of tightly clustered and vibrant blooms. They bloom in the summer, require deadheading in order to rebloom and make gorgeous cut flowers. Lupines are harmful if eaten and require full sun to part shade. Hummingbirds and butterflies love Lupines while deer tend to be repelled. Look below to see the varieties we just got in!
It's said that bees are responsible for one of every three bites of food we eat! Fruits and vegetables that we eat and many plants used to feed livestock are all pollinated by bees. Not to mention, honey is delicious and consuming local honey can help combat allergies. Here are some plants we have in stock now that benefit bees.
Annual Flowers - Annuals will continue to bloom all summer when well taken care of. Make sure to feed and water them adequately for the longest bloom period.
Warm season veggies do best when night temperatures stay consistently at 55 degrees and above. We are just now hitting that point!
Studies show that leaving your phone inside and gardening outdoors can relieve stress more than other leisurely activities! Make gardening a fun routine to experience the most effective emotional benefits.
Renee from Botanical Interests gave us the details you need to know for starting seeds now. Many people think it is too late to plant seeds, but you still have some time!
Tomatoes, peppers and artichokes cannot be planted by seed outside anymore. Edible plants such as squash, beans, radishes, beets and cucumbers require a much shorter time fame to reach maturity. They typically range in taking 25-70 days to mature as opposed to tomatoes and peppers which can take over 120 days. Plants that require...
What is a perennial? Perennials are plants that will come back for more than two years. We have some in stock that are blooming right now! Keep in mind that each plant comes in diverse varieties.
Forms a mound of heart-shaped silver leaves with green veins Bright blue flowers Only use in areas that stay consistently moist to prevent foliage desiccation Height: 14” Width: 30” Blooms: Late Spring Zone: 4 Partial sun to full...