May Sale

Fox Farm Potting Soil 10% Off Sulfur 10% Off Elemental Sulfur and soil pH Maintaining your soil pH is a constant process. Here in Colorado we have alkaline soils (high pH) which can chemically tie up nutrient availability for plants. … Continue reading

Gardening 101

Free hands on gardening classes. Sat 04/21/2018 at 10:00 a.m. Free classes every Saturday at 10 a.m. through April 2018 Garden Siting, Zones, & Planting Dates 101 Know your zone, your micro-zones and what to plant when and where!ow that … Continue reading

April Garden Calendar – Colorado

Trees and Shrubs – Plant trees, shrubs, and bare-root stock. Consider the design of your yard when choosing plants. Group plants with similar soil, light and water requirements. – Remove mulch around roses and prune dead or damaged canes. – … Continue reading

April Sale

Black Gold Natural and Organic 2 cf $14.95 Black Gold Natural & Organic Potting Soil is so versatile it works for everything from hanging baskets to raised vegetable beds. This is not just any soil, it’s a precise blend of … Continue reading

Composting 101

Free hands on gardening class Saturday 04/14/2018 at 10:00 a.m. Free classes every Saturday at 10 a.m. through April 2018 Keep it out of the landfill and feed your garden! We can help you make rich compost from your kitchen … Continue reading

Sale – Salamander Soil $14.95

Salamander Soil® Potting Mix SUPER Water Holding Properties A trek through the Giant Redwood Forests of the Pacific Northwest is refreshing and magical. Mother Nature holds many secrets within these forests unless you know where to look. Hidden under the … Continue reading

Spring Soil Prep & Early Seeds

Free hands on gardening classes. Sat 04/07/2018 at 10:00 a.m. Free classes every Saturday at 10 a.m. through April 2018 Soils 101 Does your soil look like this? We can help you make it look like this. If you would … Continue reading

SALE 4/4/18

Happy Frog Potting soil.  Marked down to $14.95 from $19.95.  Get it while it lasts! Your potted plants deserve the best. Their roots can’t seek out nutrients in the ground, so you have to bring it to them. That’s why … Continue reading