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May Yard Care Tasks

It looks like spring has finally arrived! This weekend should be beautiful, which may inspire you to do some yard work. To help you figure out what to do for your Colorado landscape during the month of May, I’ve made a new video. I discuss how to care for you lawn, your landscape plants and […]

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Frost blanket out of the package

Another Spring Snowstorm?

With several inches of snow and an overnight low in the 20’s predicted today, we’re in for another late spring snowstorm. And just when our lilacs were in full bloom and the trees have just leafed out! Ah…Colorado. It always keeps you guessing. Our landscape plants can suffer during spring snowstorms for two reasons. First, heavy […]

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April Yard Care Tasks

The month of April is off to a wild start! The major spring snowstorm caused branch breakage and delivered some much-needed moisture. To help you figure out what you need to do for your landscape during the month of April, I made a video summarizing the most important tasks. In the video, I talk about lawn […]

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Turf on South Facing Slope

Water Now to Prevent Mite Damage and Winterkill

It’s been perfect spring weather. However, when people wear shorts on St. Patrick’s Day, I start worrying about mite damage and winterkill. If you’re planning to be out in your yard this weekend, be sure to water. Why do we need to water? It’s March for crying out loud! Yes, but our landscapes are D-R-Y. […]

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Blue Periwinkle

Yard Care Tips for May

Finally! It looks like it’s going to be a beautiful weekend to work in the yard. I’ve gotten a bit behind due to the snow, so I’m going to address the most important things first. Here’s my list for this weekend. Turn on your sprinkler system. As soon as the weather warms up, our lawns and […]

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