Loni Gaudet answered Colorado Matters listener questions, including caring for cacti and preparing for winter.
Conservative military matriarch Sandy Russell and liberal urban gardener Adam Brock reunite at the nonprofit he co-founded.
Hot temperatures, changing weather and new invasive species aren't making gardening any easier for veterans or for newbies.
Colorado broke heat records in November. That could hurt next season's yield.
Not all gardens have to have the lushness of London. Scientists in Colorado travel the world to find plants that are attractive and do well in more arid climates.
Denver and Portland Try Different Homeless Strategies, Cutting Conflict In Divorce, Spring Gardening Tips
Denver officials cleared homeless residents from a downtown camp last month but tensions remain. In Portland, Oregon, new rules allow the homeless to sleep and set up tents in certain places. Also, a Denver nonprofit seeks to reduce conflict between divorcing parents and ease emotional turmoil for their children. Then, spring gardening tips and trends.
Green-thumbed Coloradans can try new tomato varieties and other innovations. We hear about them from gardening expert Larry Stebbins.
It's still early enough in the growing season to replant most summer crops, says Larry Stebbins, director of the Pikes Peak Urban Gardens.
Larry Stebbins, author of the “Backyard Vegetable Gardening Guide” for Front Range and high altitude home gardeners, shares his tips.