Ketchup and Fries Plant

Ketchup and Fries Plant

Ketchup and Fries is Our New Favorite Plant By Nicolette Power Now is a great time to plant vegetables in your garden- so why not try something fun and new?    What it is Our new Ketchup and Fries plant (Solanum Lycopersicum + Solanum tuberosum), is the top of a cherry tomato grafted onto a […]

Picking the Best Herbicide

Picking the Best Herbicide

Spring has sprung, the ground has thawed, and that means you’ve probably seen unwanted plants popping through the lawn or cracks in the driveway. These invaders can be vanquished with sprayable solutions, but homeowners may want to know more about what they are spritzing around outdoor areas where loved ones frequent. What herbicide should you […]

What to do Now so your Garden Sings This Spring

What to do Now so your Garden Sings This Spring

Getting the garden ready for spring The groundhog has spoken. Garden season is still about 6 weeks away, but it’s the perfect time to start making preparations. Here are some tips for a bumper crop year! Soil Remember: your soil is an investment. You get out of it what you put into it. So, to […]

Cold Tolerant Planting

Cold Tolerant Planting

If you’re itching to get a start on the garden season, why not start now? No matter what zone you fall under, seasons in Colorado are about as unpredictable as it gets. There are, however, plenty of frost-resistant vegetables that you can easily get going with minimal resources, and some of them even prefer a […]

Don’t Be Afraid-O of the Tomat-O

Don’t Be Afraid-O of the Tomat-O

Don’t Be Afraid-O of the Tomat-O Scout Whether you’ve saved a space in the garden plot, or you plan to use containers, the ideal tomato spot has: At least 8 hours of sun per day Protection from wind gusts Easy access to water Pick Do you want cherry tomatoes for snacks and salads?  Sweet 100s […]