Looking to replace your turf with a more sustainable and appealing landscape? Get the latest information and logistics on the incentivized Colorado State turf replacement program as proposed by house bill 22-1151.
Visit the Colorado Water and Conservation Board's website to keep up to date with how you can receive state funding to revision your home landscape.
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Learn from CSU on how to transform your landscape into a water efficient landscape with garden design ideas, plant suggestions, soil amendments and so much more. Click here to begin.
Looking to cover a large area and don’t want to spend big bucks on it. Check out Applewood Seeds out of Arvada, CO for custom seed blends and tons of pre-made seed blends for any type of region that will help to cover large blank areas or fill in the little blank spots in your garden.
This 24 page guide touches on everything about gardening in high elevation regions in Colorado. From landscape design methods to pest management. There is something for everyone to learn from The Colorado Native Plant Society’s Native Plant Guide for the Mountains. Check it out here.
While this website is catered towards gardening in California it is an amazing digital tool to help you see the processes that go into designing a wonderful garden from start to finish. Providing many different garden styles, themes and the appropriate plants for each different style, everyone can find some great information and inspiration from Water Wise Garden Planner. Give it a try today by clicking here.
Interested in learning more about water wise plants to fill your vacant garden space? PlantSelect plants are born and bred to thrive in Colorado Landscapes. Help diversify your garden with resilient plants by visiting PlantSelect.
While deer resistant gardening is challenging, CSU Extension and Plant Talk have a quick read article to help you create a garden design that is less attractive for those pesky deer to munch on. Click here for ideas to begin planting a more deer resilient garden.
Get a plethora of information about gardening from your local experts as well as information on where you can shop for your plant nursery needs. Visit Plant Something Colorado and help create and cultivate a more beautiful Colorado.
For over 100 years the American Horticultural Society has been a leading resource in providing information, education and inspiration to gardens all over the US. Visit the American Horticultural Society’s website to gain access to podcasts, learn about different groups and societies, read blogs and learn more about how you can get involved in gardening in your local area.
Looking for some help to identify plants on the go? PlantSnap is a great app to begin your botanical journey to identifying plants with your mobile device. Check out PLANTSNAP and give it a try.