Gardening is itself medicinal, as anyone who has dug in the dirt to plant something green and growing knows. Now imagine the added benefits of planting a medicinal garden where you’ll be growing your own herbs for your own remedies! Many common garden plants have medicinal qualities and here are ten of our favorites…
Coloradoans often get scared about planting trees during the hot summer months. The sweltering heat and oppressive dryness make people wonder if it would be better to wait until fall to plant. The truth is that trees roots grow the fastest during the summer and with just a little extra TLC, summer can be a great time to plant!
If you need privacy in your yard but cannot install a fence, you have plenty of options. We have a great selection of deciduous and flowering shrubs, evergreen shrubs, vines, and tall grasses that can help you turn your property into a secluded retreat.
Fall planting and maintenance are key elements in a thriving landscape. Trees, shrubs, perennials and bulbs planted in fall will give a glorious display of color beginning the next spring. Lawns maintained through the fall will be lush and green late into winter and reappear early in spring. And fall-blooming plants such as mums, pansies and flowering cabbage, are an easy way to add dynamic color in celebration of the changing seasons.
“A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people. ” ― Franklin D. Roosevelt