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It’s time for some Fall action

It’s been a couple of weeks since I posted.  Nothing significant was going on in the garden.  Every week we oohed and ahhed over the beautiful fall plants.  Now it’s time for action. It’s time to take some cuttings so … Continue reading

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Week 2 – Container Gardening

Today the apprentices talked about container gardening.  What type of pots you need, what type of soil is best, how to drill a hole in a ceramic pot and fertilizer. Kathy talked about pots today.  In Colorado it is so … Continue reading

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It’s time to plant peas and….

It’s finally here!!  It’s time to plant cool weather crops. Hopefully you have started your spring gardening cleanup.  It’s time to get those beds ready.  It’s time to make those waffle gardens.  (If you’re unfamiliar with the waffle garden, check … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring

The signs of Spring are starting to pop up.  The crocus are out and it won’t be long until the tulips and daffodils start to join them. It’s time to buy your seeds for cool weather crops and plants.  Things … Continue reading

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Week 34 – It’s time to plant bulbs

It’s time to plant bulbs and you can do that in the ground or you can do it in pots so in the Spring you can have potted tulips, hyacinth, daffodils and other Spring bulbs on your patio. Take a pot … Continue reading

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Week 11 – Spring is bursting out all over

Wow! Zow! Pow!  That’s what happened in my yard and garden in the last three days.  How about you?  That’s happening in Rob’s garden as well as the apprentices gathered today and were totally amazed at everything that is popping … Continue reading

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Week 7 – We Surrender (but not for long)

This week we cancelled Proctor’s Apprentices.  We’re tired of talking about what cool weather plants can go into pots and we’re yearning to get our hands dirty digging in the soil.  Hopefully this is the last of the snow.  Today … Continue reading

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Week 6 – Spring Snow Gardening

Most of us at Rob’s garden today ate David’s delicious brownies; and moved a few pots to say we worked a little.  It was pretty cold outside from the snow so we preempted pulling weeds in the alley garden until … Continue reading

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Week 5 – Gardening with the drought

The apprentices gathered at the station again today.  We’re hoping for a camera truck next week so we can get out in the garden and get busy. Most of the Denver Metro area has been advised that with the drought … Continue reading

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Week 29 and 30 – Winterize your garden

Sorry we were preempted the last two weeks.  The Jessica Ridgeway suspect was arrested and it snowed so that was dominating the news last Thursday.  Thank God that Jessica’s killer was arrested. It’s definitely time to bring any plants inside … Continue reading

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