As the gardening season gets into full swing and you’re looking at your landscape with fresh eyes, it is a great time to reassess what worked last year, what didn’t, and perhaps start trying out some new ideas. Enter, rainwater harvesting!
It’s that grass whose seeds get caught in your shoes and socks when you go hiking, cheatgrass (aka. Downy brome Bromus tectorum, Japanese brome Bromus japonicus) is a winter annual List C noxious weed in Colorado.
Aeration of your lawn is a simple task that improves the overall growing conditions of your turf and will result in a healthier lawn.
I’m partial to festive lights during the holidays around houses, fences, trees and lampposts. If you’re a fan of lights, too, you can wrap them around most anything in your yard, provided you secure them from wind.
If you’re looking to changeup your landscape by going back to natives, check out Landscaping with Colorado Native Plants, Saturday, February 16 at the Tivoli Turnhalle, Auraria Campus, Denver.