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4th Annual HAS Members' Plant Swap and Volunteer and Member Appreciation Picnic, Sat, June 27, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.

We’re very excited to be holding our 4th annual plant swap! Be potting up those extras from the garden to swap, checking out those recipes to share in the pot luck, and, most You do NOT need to have volunteered at the Plant Sale to attend or  – ALL HAS members are MOST welcomed and encouraged to attend. 135 more words

Horticultural Art Society

I'm Your Honeyberry!

Honeyberry, haskap, blueberry of the prairie, edible blue honeysuckle. Whatever you want to call it, Lonicera caerulea is a must have in the edible landscape. We planted Polar Jewel, Borealis and Cinderella in our berry patch and have watched the plants grow and produce over  the past 3 seasons. 194 more words

Fort Collins

May 12, 2015: Lecture Series - “Perennials and Grasses and Shrubs. Oh My! Plants for 2015″

Presented by Allen Johnson,

Colorado Technical University, Room 258 at 7:00 p.m (click map link below)

A discussion about interesting and hopefully unique to you herbaceous perennials that will be available at the… 117 more words

Horticultural Art Society

Bilingual Gardens

It was on a garden tour about fifteen years ago that I first enjoyed the landscape artistry of Fawn Bell. I fell in love with a Fallugia paradoxa (common name Apache plume) she’d planted, and admired the rabbitbush, or… 835 more words

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Turnip Fries

After 2 seasons of growing turnips, I arrived at the conclusion that I don’t like them. I will not be growing turnips again. It was fun while it lasted, but sorry turnip you are too pungent for me. 179 more words

Fort Collins

Mulch- It's Magic!

Until I experienced the magic of mulch first hand, I always thought of it as boring and brown. Now it has a whole new meaning. Mulch is the best way to show respect and love for our soil and gardens. 166 more words

Fort Collins

Pansy! Viola!

I am a pansy and viola junkie. As soon as I see their faces peering at me in the garden center, I want to adopt each and everyone. 233 more words

Fort Collins