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Colorado Mountain Gardeners
Master Gardeners gardening and blogging in the mountains of Colorado.
A Heart-Shaped Fruit by Susan Carter With Valentine’s Day this month, I thought I would write about a red heart-shaped fruit, the ..read more
THERE’S NO MOLD LIKE SNOW MOLD Written by Jim Janks Gunnison County Advanced Master Gardener This winter has brought heavy snow to ..read more
Where Do Bees Go in the Winter? By: Lisa Mason, Arapahoe County Extension I have been asked a few times what happens to the bees in the ..read more
Low-Cost Seedling Trees and Shrubs Available Low-cost seedling trees and shrubs from the Colorado State Forest Service are now ..read more
A tree with a high amount of pine cones (Cherie Luke) Living in the mountains means we are surrounded by forest with it’s many trees - ..read more
After nearly 20 years of gardening in the mountains, I am moving from zone 4 to zone 6.  While there is part of me that is excited about ..read more
Have you been getting this visitor in your home of late? Conifer Seed Bug Image from bugguide.net Creative Commons copyright 2019 ..read more
There is something historic about going out in the forest and picking a tree to bring in the home.  As a kid growing up in Pennsylvania, ..read more
The Colorado climate has many advantages for growing. Little humidity and lots of sun reduce the number of diseases and pests to contend ..read more
We all get caught up balancing colors and placements of blooming plants in our gardens during the growing season.  Now, as we move into ..read more

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