Mountain Gardening Tips for Hardy Gardeners

One of these days it’s going to stop snowing so we can start gardening. If you’re a gardener in the Rocky Mountain region, you know how challenging gardening can be. After all, it was 60 degrees yesterday and 29 degrees today. That’s a shock to plants and gardeners alike.

Bee on sage close-upWhat gardener couldn’t use a little help this season?

Here are some of my top tips for Mountain Region gardeners from my Creative Ideas Team blog.

Easy Gardening Tips for how to:

    Beat annoying aphids
    Recycle grass clippings
    Plant containers on the cheap

5 Tips for Personalizing your Garden:

    Plant something new
    Let plants be plants
    Plant a kitchen garden
    Think small
    Replant a hanging basket

Regional Gardening Calender

45 timely tips for what to do in your garden, from March through December.

5 Bulbs for Spring Color

If your garden is lacking spring color, you need to make a list of these spring-blooming bulbs that are perfect for fall planting.

Free Digital Magazine!

The Creative Ideas magazine has gone digital. The new mag features monthly tips for Mountain Region gardeners with links to seasonal articles. You can download a FREE copy of the digital issue (Called Summer Gardening) at the Apple Newsstand:

Another issue will be out in August, just in time for fall planting.


 

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