Gardens & Landscapes

Tomato Time

By Libby James The season of the tomato is upon us. This popular fruit that masquerades as a vegetable, will soon be ripening in home gardens all over the place. The basis for soups, sauces, […]

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City of Fort Collins Offers $40 Trees to Residents Through Arbor Day Foundation’s Community Canopy Program

The City of Fort Collins is providing 225 $40 trees to Fort Collins homeowners through the Arbor Day Foundation’s Community Canopy program, a program that helps clean the air and water, reduce stormwater runoff, sequester […]

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Gaia Grows: Sustainable Land Use Design

Kathleen Miller Sustainable land use design is based on ecological and biological principles, using patterns that occur in nature to maximize effect and minimize work. It aims to create stable, productive systems that provide for […]

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Mother’s Day Container Gardening

Michelle Provaznik, Director, The Gardens on Spring Creek Moms who love the garden are fortunate that Mother’s Day and our frost-free date are so close together. My Mother’s Day weekend always includes a trip to […]

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Adding Native Plants to Your Landscape

Sherry Fuller, Curator, The Gardens on Spring Creek Native plants won’t solve all the world’s problems right now, but there are many benefits to adding native plants to your landscape.  For example, using more natives […]