Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Flower Bin
9 followers
9 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Summer Lawn Care Tips
Summer Lawn Care Tips
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Summer Lawn Care Tips
Given the type of grass and the soil conditions your grass is growing in, lawn health this time of year is most influenced by mowing and irrigation practices. The vast majority of our lawns consist of cool season grasses: blue grass, perennial rye and turf-...
Summer Lawn Care Tips
Summer Lawn Care Tips
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Growing and Using Comfrey in Your Garden
There are a number of reasons you should be growing comfrey. Comfrey is hardy to Zone 4, does well in full sun or partial shade and once established, can easily grow to four feet or more, with large g rey-green leaves and delicate purple flowers.  As a plan...
Growing and Using Comfrey in Your Garden
Growing and Using Comfrey in Your Garden
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
4 Steps to Prep Your Lawn for Summer
Getting your lawn ready for summer is all about giving your grass the best growing conditions you can. Just like every o ther plant, tree and shrub in your landscape, your lawn will only do as well as the soil it’s gro wing in. If the soil wasn’t amended pr...
4 Steps to Prep Your Lawn for Summer
4 Steps to Prep Your Lawn for Summer
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
3 Ways to Attract Pollinators to Your Garden
You've worked hard on your garden plot, amending the soil, growing quality plants, selecting the right fertilizers and still your tomato and vegetable production isn't what you'd expected. Chances are the answer to the puzzle is pollinators or more correctl...
3 Ways to Attract Pollinators to Your Garden
3 Ways to Attract Pollinators to Your Garden
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Keep your container plants looking their best
Tips to keep container plants looking their best   Whether your gardening space is large or small, sunny or shady, these beautiful well-grown container gardens let you have color where you want it. Once you get your potted plants and hanging baskets home an...
Keep your container plants looking their best
Keep your container plants looking their best
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Dealing With Fire Blight
Crabapple trees are common sight in many landscapes. Their long-lasting blossoms are among the fir s t t o appear in spring, offering color to our gardens and forage for pollinators. The crabapple and apple trees were beautiful this spring, flowering beyond...
Dealing With Fire Blight
Dealing With Fire Blight
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Planting Asiatic and Oriental Lilies
W ith their large prominent flowers, Asiatic lilies a nd Oriental lilies certainly deserve a place in your landscape. Both are strikingly beautiful and will do well in our local gardens. The ques t i o n we get asked most o ften is what's the difference bet...
Planting Asiatic and Oriental Lilies
Planting Asiatic and Oriental Lilies
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
It's Bearded Iris Season
With their showy spring flowers, perennial Bearded Iris is a mainstay in many gardens and public landscapes. Known for its distinctive furry "beard", Bearded Iris or Iris germanica is one of the most reliable and dramatic of the spring flowers. Available in...
It's Bearded Iris Season
It's Bearded Iris Season
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Tips for selecting Pond Plants
Aquatic plants for your home pond or garden fountain will enhance the beauty of your water feature and help improve water quality. Aquatic plants fall into three categories: floating, submerged and marginals. A balanced, healthy pond should include a variet...
Tips for selecting Pond Plants
Tips for selecting Pond Plants
theflowerbincolorado.blogspot.com
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded