Sage and Savvy, Number One

By Cheryl Conklin What’s a gardening website without tips, tid-bits, and to-do lists? Every now and then, at least, don’t you think? Spring clean-up will soon be wrapping up in these parts, but just in case you’re running a little behind, like I am, here’s a couple of tips: Use hedge shears to cut backContinue reading “Sage and Savvy, Number One”

How to Kill Your Lawn and Still Be a Good Neighbor

By Cheryl Conklin With the cost of irrigation going up, you might be tempted just to turn off the spigot altogether, take the lawnmower to a donation center, and go someplace cool for coffee. Wait! If simply abandoned, a typical urban yard in Colorado will turn into a dirt lot. Seriously. Do you really want to depress yourContinue reading “How to Kill Your Lawn and Still Be a Good Neighbor”