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Wahoo! The first day of the Garden Bloggers Fling in Denver is here!  I’m looking forward to meeting everyone! I live in Denver, so I will be riding my bike to the Hyatt to join the fling over the next few days. I’m so excited to meet all the other garden bloggers and get inspired by […]
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As a Denver resident, I ride my bike EVERYWHERE! And, occasionally, I get a Goathead or staple or something in my tire that causes a flat. It’s wonderful to now know that the Denver Public Health and Environment is partnering with Denver Public Libraries to have bike pumps and small tool pouches in each of […]
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Mexico City lawmakers recently approved a measure to ban businesses from using single-use plastics starting in 2021. I only wish it were sooner and that the entire world will get on board with this, but I’m glad the plastic bag revolution has begun! In fact, countries around the world are starting to ban or reduce single-use […]
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I am super excited to be invited to join the Denver Garden Bloggers Fling this June 13-16, 2019! Garden bloggers from around the country are coming to Denver to this annual meet-up. Since 2008, the GARDEN BLOGGERS FLING is held annually in different cities across the USA, hosting garden bloggers from North America & beyond. The Fling Schedule […]
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Happy Earth Day!  I just picked up a copy of the latest issue of Colorado Gardener (Early Spring 2019), one of my favorite simple pleasures. I have to say, this is a publication that inspires me and makes me feel like there are lots of other kindred spirits and gardeners out there that think a lot […]
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Here is a handy flyer that was emailed to us from the City of Denver for their Compost program. I am glad to see that cities and people are starting to compost all of their compostable trash rather than throwing it into the landfills. These programs create valuable compost that can be used in our landscapes […]
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Chives are a great garden perennial as they come back ever year, they look beautiful and have lovely purple flowers in the spring, and chives are the perfect addition to a lot of recipes! You can even eat the blooms! To preserve your spring abundance for later in the year, you can cut chives and […]
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I think that around the world we need to slow down population growth, and slow building down. When new construction is necessary, it would be ideal if builders would always construct new buildings the right way, creating efficient buildings that incorporate solar or green roofing, even if it costs more money. Use of solar roofing […]
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Here is another wonderful episode of Growing a Greener World – in this episode they talk about how composting helps cut down on methane gas and helps grow food, and how the Compost Pedallers are helping make composting accessible to neighborhoods in Austin, Texas – on BIKES! What a great idea! A win-win-win. Way to go […]
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