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Seven “Top Performer” Perennials in 2023

The Colorado State University (CSU) Trial Gardens attract thousands of visitors to the campus each year. Trial Gardens include the Annual and Perennial Trial...

CSU Research: “Top Performer” Perennials from the 2022 CSU Flower Trial

In 2022, Colorado State University continued its three-year herbaceous perennial trial and chose eight perennials as the ‘Top Performers’ from 113 that were planted...

Industry Picks from the 2019 Annual Trial Garden

On Tuesday, August 6, more than 175 industry professionals and advanced Colorado Master Gardeners rated more than 1,050 flowering and foliage plants at the...

Good Things Come to Those Who Don’t Wait

Financial Affairs By Bob Conner, Rocky Mountain Region Hard Goods Sales representative, Griffin Greenhouse Supplies, Inc. With spring barely behind us, now is a perfect time...

Plant Select® Introductions & Top Performers from the Past

Three Featured 2019 Plants Plant Select® is the country’s leading source of plants designed to thrive in the high plains and intermountain region. It is...

How to Read Financial Statements

Part 3 of 3 – Reviewing Financial Statements After the Income Sheet (featured in the previous issue of NewsLeaf), we move to the reviewing Financial...

Hellebores for Colorado

A robust, relatively new perennial to many Colorado gardens is the genus Helleborus (common name: hellebores). The leathery leaves, which are mainly evergreen, are...

Why You Should Pay Attention to Noxious Weeds

At his last count, State Weed Coordinator Steve Ryder of the Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) set the number of regular old weeds found...

CSU’s Dr. Klett Retiring After 40+ Years

James Klett, Ph.D., became a faculty member at Colorado State University (CSU) in 1980, more than 40 years ago. By the simple fact of...

GREENHOUSE BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: Reducing Scale & Biofilms in Greenhouse Irrigation...

Scaling from dissolved and suspended solids in irrigation water reduces the efficiency of greenhouse irrigation systems. Water deposits and biofilms inside pipes reduce water...
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