- Leslie Holzmann loves God and the world He has created for us. She currently gardens in Colorado and birds anywhere.
One drawback of living at 7,100 feet is that spring drags its feet. I see the blue sky outside and assume warm sunshine to go with it. Yet, I step one foot out the door and my teeth start to … Continue reading
The calendar says late April, the weekend forecast is warm and sunny, but there’s still snow melting off the trees and loitering in the shadows. With our off-again, on-again spring, how can a gardener possibly know when to plant? There’s … Continue reading
It’s almost Saint Patrick’s Day, the traditional planting date for peas. Should you sow on March 17? Not if you live along the Front Range! While St. Patty’s Day may work fine for New England, it’s probably the wrong day … Continue reading