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May’s “newfangled mirth” (Shakespeare) ignites a major gardening frenzy among green-thumbers. more

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If you’re fascinated by architecture, history or design, you’ll be happy to hear the 11th annual Doors Open Denver event is happening Saturday and Sunday, April 25-26, 10a.m.-4p.m. more

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For over 30 years I’ve written about the first faint spring fever twinges February brings to gardeners as well as our need to pamper indoor plants. more

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There are tasks we can perform now to alleviate our restlessness. more

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We sophisticated 21st century individuals are linked to our earliest primitive ancestors. more

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We avid gardeners should take a cue from nature to seek our own slower pace more

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The entire plant world responds to the call for the most spectacular and attention grabbing display more

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Many, eager to embrace cooler temperatures more conducive to transplanting and attacking neglected summer tasks, greet this transitional month happily more

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In this hot month we also realize that time is passing more

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Unfortunately, that energy doesn’t extend to mere human gardeners more

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Nature’s energy explosion transmits itself to us. Dare we ignore it? more

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Delicate shades of green contrast with garlands of pink and white arching overhead more

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That sounds so benign, but Colorado Aprils bring winter, spring and summer, often in just 36 hours more

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Winter’s hardy persistence easily can overpower the tentative gentle steps of spring more

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The commercial world persistently infuses thoughts of love into our awareness so that we will be guilted into buying, buying, buying more

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This Wolf Moon month was named after the Roman god Janus, considered to be the god of doorways, dawn and beginnings more

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Each ever-shorter day seems destined to plunge us into eternal darkness more

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All nature seems to be in silent suspension between October’s extravagance and December’s snow and cold more

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Nature literally expodes with color as every tree, shrub, weed and grass dons its most extravagant attire more

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At planting time we wondered if we dared plant a garden and then which things to plant, all based on the drought specter hovering over us more

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