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Although I am NOW RETIRED, I hope you will use this site as a resource for learning about landscape design and gardening in the Denver area and along Colorado's Front Range. Please use the labels and search functions on the right side of the page to locate topics of interest. Articles range from horticultural tips to plant profiles to design advice — plus lots of photos for inspiration. I have also written over 50 articles for Rocky Mountain gardeners that have been published by Houzz; see the link on the right.
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
I'm not a big fan of striped petunias, but these were such a perfect color match to theflorescent pink geraniums that I couldn't resist them. Neither could the damselfly!
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
One upside of the cool and rainy summer we've been having is the reappearance in my garden of a planting combo that I haven't seen blooming together for many years; 'Milk Chocolate' Daylily and 'Firecracker' loosestrife.
|Lysimachia ciliata 'Firecracker'|
|Hemerocallis 'Milk Chocolate'|
|the buff colored seed heads of blue oat grass, left, and the tawny brown seed capsules of beauty bush, right back, add more echoes to the various brown hues|