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Cotton shed by female trees in June is often so abundant that it turns nearby lawns white. Learn more
|Last Spring Frosts
Gardeners need to be aware of the last average spring frost date for their particular area. Learn more
Herbicides can provide effective control if they're applied when the plants are young and small. Learn more
|Growing Cool Season Vegetables
Cool-season vegetables are uniquely adapted to Colorado's climate because they are able to withstand light to moderate frost. Learn more
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