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Tag Archives: gardening
Summer is here and so are the joys, and woes, of gardening. Gardening questions answered on Colorado Matters
Colorado State University Extension Master Gardener Loni Gaudet answers listener questions on Colorado Matters. Listen to this conversation in the second half of the Colorado Matters podcast at cpr.org
Early fall means harvesting giant zucchinis, festive pumpkins and all kinds of other produce from your garden. But it also may mean dealing with aphids on your kale, brown spots in your lawn and other scourges threatening your yard’s flora. … Continue reading
Wondering what to do now that the spring tulips have faded? Are Japanese Beetles bugging you? Or is bindweed bumming you out? Listen to CSU Master Gardener Loni Gaudet answer listener questions on the Colorado Matters podcast.
Why mulch is your garden’s friend and weed barrier isn’t? Why growing cilantro isn’t easy? Take care of yourself while you take care of your garden. And more. Answers and advice from Colorado State University Master Gardener Loni Gaudet on … Continue reading
Thinking about your garden? You should be! It might be winter, but that doesn’t mean you should forget about your garden and landscape. There’s plenty to do to care for your garden now and plan for this summer. CSU Extension … Continue reading
Is your garden ready for winter? Peak gardening season may be winding down, but there are still ways keep your plants happy — whether they’re outdoors or in. Master gardener Loni Gaudet of Berthoud, answers gardening questions on Colorado Matters
Colorado Master Gardener Loni Gaudet of Berthoud gives the dirt on dirt, Japanese Beetles and more on Colorado Matters. Listen to the conversation on cpr.org