Snowball Viburnum is the June 2019 Plant of the Month

June 2019 plant of the month series for Erie and Boulder Colorado area landscapes June, 2019: Snowball Viburnum Snowball Viburnum. Viburnum ‘Opulus’ is the sterile species cultivated for the showy large mophead flowers that are abundant in May along the Front Range of Colorado. It is sometimes confused with other mophead Hydrangeas when small, but … More Snowball Viburnum is the June 2019 Plant of the Month

Rhododendron is the late Spring 2019 featured plant

Late Spring plant series for Boulder Colorado area landscapes Spring, 2019: Rhododendron Rhododendron….in Colorado, true gardeners, those with a passion for the ‘sport’ either love them or hate them. It all depends on whether said gardener has the time to care for them. In the Appalachian mountains, in the highlands, they are found growing natively. … More Rhododendron is the late Spring 2019 featured plant

Bruns Serbian Spruce is April 2019 Plant of the Month

Plant of the month series for Brighton Colorado area landscapes April: Bruns Serbian Spruce Bruns Serbian Spruce or Picea omorika ‘Bruns’ is a narrow upright, almost columnar evergreen specimen tree that is great as an accent tree for small spaces, or as a windbreak due to its dense form. Since it grows relatively quickly for … More Bruns Serbian Spruce is April 2019 Plant of the Month

Tricolor Beech is March 2019 Plant of the Month

Plant of the month series for Broomfield Colorado area landscapes March: Tricolor Beech Tricolor Beech or Fagus sylvatica ‘Purpurea Tricolor’ is a fabulous multicolored medium sized shade tree that will add show stopping color to any landscape. It has an unusual marbled color with cream, silver, and pink/burgundy leaves that start out purple in the … More Tricolor Beech is March 2019 Plant of the Month

Kinnikinnick is February 2019 Plant of the Month

Plant of the month series for Lafayette Colorado area landscapes February: Kinnikinnick Kinnikinnick of various forms also known as bearberry because sometimes bears will eat the Fall berries in mountainous native growths, or by its botanical name Arctostaphylos uva-ursi is a low growing, mostly evergreen ground cover that is an excellent shade tolerant choice for … More Kinnikinnick is February 2019 Plant of the Month