Let’s cut to the chase: “vermicomposting,” which is composting in a bin with red wiggler worms, is not icky. Done properly, it is also not difficult or smelly or messy. Sure, you have to follow some basic do’s and don’ts. Don’t keep your worm bin and its contents too wet or too dry.
I’m not really ready to let go of summer, but like a lot of folks, I have to admit that fall may be my favorite season of all. The rich, warm colors are so inviting. Beautiful chrysanthemums loaded with blossoms. Tall, elegant ornamental grasses in their prime. There’s a lot
If you value your landscape, listen up! It’s time to grab the buckets and hoses! You’ve heard me talk about the importance of winter watering. But if you’ve tuned out those warnings before, I’d urge you to listen now! In the past week alone, the warm and windy weather has
What an amazingly colorful fall we’ve been having! Beautiful leaves everywhere… trees and shrubs in bright, bold yellows and rich dark reds. No wonder a lot of people say this is their favorite time of year in Colorado! But what should we do with all of those leaves once they’ve
Now is the time to pay it forward and help your lawn looks it best next season. It’s officially fall, we’ve had our first snow and our lawns are preparing to go dormant. This is the purr-fect time to act! Here’s a short list of some steps you can take
If you love your landscape, then listen up! It’s time for some hose dragging! You’ve heard me talk about the importance of winter watering before. But if you didn’t listen to those warnings before, listen now! In the past week alone, the warm and windy weather has prompted red flag