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You may have noticed that the Rocky Mountain region—especially if you moved here from either coast or the South—is notably lacking in broadleaf evergreens. That is because these evergreens are more prone to burn from both winter sun and wind—as well as to suffer winter water loss—than deciduous woody plants or needled evergreens. As a result, gardeners in our region must select and site such woody plants more thoughtfully than gardeners in other regions. Of course, what we call “Rocky Mountain” is really more like two regions: one that reliably retains winter snow cover, and one that does not. The three broadleaf evergreen natives described here, however, do well in a variety of gardens and exposures.
Late fall and early winter can be a drab time in northeastern gardens. Most of the leaves have faded from the trees, and the perennial border is looking mushy and brown. What’s a gardener to do? Luckily, there are many plants that look great at this time of year. The following are a few trees and shrubs that might be lesser known but are worth adding to your garden for a late-season show.
Undoubtedly, tile is a versatile material that can transform and elevate the look of kitchens and baths, as well as living spaces, mantles, and mudrooms. But just like paint colors, tile designs go in and out of style and can ultimately date a space.
As a plant parent, knowing which blooms can pose a risk to your feline companions is vital. Cats’ curiosity may lead them to nibble on plants, and some can cause a range of health issues. Below is a concise list of Flowers that Are Poisonous to Cats, highlighting harmful chemicals and associated health problems.
Autumn is often the most colourful season in the garden, and one of the longest as foliage tints and fruits develop over the course of many weeks. There are many trees and shrubs that are renowned for their autumn displays but it’s euonymus that really catch the eye, both for their unusual leaf colour and for their fascinating fruits.
While their large size and vivid coloration can be alarming, their toxicity is a matter of great interest and importance. Are these gentle giants of the garden a hidden danger or simply a fascinating addition to the flora and fauna? Are Big Green Caterpillars Poisonous? Let’s find out!
A new year is just a couple of calendar flips away (2023, where did you go?) So, we have our attention on what’s new and exciting in the world of home decor in 2024. One trend in particular is emerging as clear as the sky is blue. Each fall, paint brands unveil their colors of the year, and for 2024, many of them declared shades of blue as the color to consider.
It's easy to get in a festive mood when you see your local shops decorated to the nines or watch your favorite holiday movies on repeat. But you don’t necessarily want your home to look like said shops or movies.
With 2023 coming to a close, many designers are already looking ahead to the New Year to predict the home and interior design trends that will be popular in 2024. One space of particular interest is the bathroom.
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