Planttalk Colorado™ provides reliable, timely information on more than 500 horticultural topics.
|Fertilizing trees & shrubs
Fertilize after the leaves have dropped in the fall so the plant is able to harden-off properly. Learn more
|Fall planting of sod
Sod of cool-season turf species can be planted as long as the soil is not frozen. Learn more
Asters are a natural for dry climates like ours where several native species delight mountain hikers. Learn more
Fall sales are a good opportunity to purchase fruit trees and landscape trees at reduced prices. Learn more
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Updated Friday, October 03, 2014
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