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Spring
Cutting Garden Annuals

Cutting Garden Annuals

As I’ve stated before, perennials form the backbone of most great gardens, and are a very important part of our own cutting garden here at Gwynne’s Greenhouse. Perennials and shrubs such as lilacs, peonies, irises, and roses bless our bouquets in their stunning yet usually brief period of blooming. They are dependable and reward the...
Soil: What's Your Type?

Soil: What’s Your Type?

Many people focus on diseases and pests when gardening as these are generally the most visible problems, but a full 80% of a garden's problems begin with the soil. Knowing what you are starting with is the first step toward fantastic, productive gardens.
Potatoes in Colorado

Potatoes in Colorado

Seed potatoes have arrived which means Spring is just around the corner! Growing Potatoes in Colorado can be fun. Follow this guide for success.
Petting Tomatoes

Petting Tomatoes

One of the greatest joys of spring is checking our 'germination tank' each morning for new germinators in the night. Most of the time, the seedlings look so delicate but not those tomatoes! Those seedlings spring forth with a vivacious affinity for light and life. Petting tomatoes mimics wind and modifies tomato growth, thickening...
Spring Cleaning - Dividing Perennials

Spring Cleaning – Dividing Perennials

Spring brings warmer temperatures and rain making your garden soil delicious to work in. For these reasons and because spring is a time of new growth, now is the very best time to divide and transplant most perennials.
Blueberries in Colorado

Blueberries in Colorado

Many people have delightful memories of growing blueberries in other parts of the country and desire to grow them here in Colorado. Our growing conditions here make growing blueberries successfully a challenge, but not impossibly so.

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