High Country Gardens on September 30th, 2011

Walking through my rain revived gardens these past couple of weeks, it finally hit me what makes the fall in the garden ,its most beautiful time of year. For one, many of the plants are much larger than those that bloom in the spring. Instead of sheets of blooming bulbs, phlox, cold hardy Delosperma and […]

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High Country Gardens on September 25th, 2011

  It’s the first day of fall with the arrival of the fall equinox (equal night and equal day length as summer officially changes to fall) Without question, the spring and summer of 2011 were the most traumatic I’ve ever had to deal with. I’ve been remiss in posting my blogs. But, as someone who […]

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High Country Gardens on September 23rd, 2011

Plant needs are different now than in the spring and summer. In the fall, with all their energy going to the roots, plants don’t want food that stimulates the upper growth. High Country Gardens is a strong advocate of using natural and organic fertilizers to ‘feed the soil’ which in turn converts nutrients into usable […]

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