Ravishing Rabbit Revenge

Rabbits often ravish trees and shrubs in many Front Range gardens during the winter. The deep snow covers normal food sources and provide a platform for rabbits to reach the bark high on woody plants. Win the bunny battle by excluding them from desirable plants. Place chicken wire or rigid polypropylene plastic tubes around tree…

Squirrel Damage to Trees

Squirrels can cause a lot of damage in the Garden. This is especially true in years when untimely spring frosts cause poor Crops of crab apples and other fruits. In the summer, a squirrel normally eats fruits, berries and succulent plants, and, when available, fungi, insects, animal matter and corn. During the winter, when stored…

Good Soil and Good Seeds Make a Garden Grow

Use seed tape for uniform spacing. Experienced gardeners know that the quality of veggies you get out of the ground is directly related to what you put in it. Everything that happens down in that dirt is what makes plants grow–or not! So starting from the ground up, get the real scoop on your soil–and…