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Spring Comes Quickly

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Spring Comes Quickly

The melt-off seems terrifically quick after such a thorough snow storm.  Spring will take hold before you know it.  Now is a great time to watch a garden for changes between one day and the next.  Come stroll through the Gardens and see the transformations right before your eyes.

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It's a tough, bulbous life.

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It's a tough, bulbous life.

    The life of a bulb is a tough one.  For the bulk of the year, the plant lives underground and dormant, enduring until it's time to shine.  These Iris just get themselves up and going and Sunday's snow put the brakes on. Nonetheless, winter will end and more and more bulbs and flowers will take advantage of warming spring to make their entry into life above ground.  Look at this series of three photos:...

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Cheerful Crocus in Bloom

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Cheerful Crocus in Bloom

As I was walking through the crossroads toward the Boettcher Memorial Education Building, I met local garden writer Marcia Tatroe and her husband Randy photographing Yucca and Dasylirion. We chatted about the lovely day, and then Marcia turned me on to some Crocus blooming in the Water-Smart Garden. What a lovely cheerful yellow! It was perfect for the day and the hour.

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Welcome to Rocky Mountain Gardening

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Rocky Mountain Gardening is just that--gardening through the length of the Rocky Mountains, which means that the climates are vastly varied. Denver is a mile above sea level and seems dry and windy, but compare that to the top a fourteener (that’s a mountain reaching 14,000 feet)! I’ve already heard stories about gardening in idyllic mountain towns, in sheltered valleys, in urban college towns, and on windswept steppes. So it’s...

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