Colorado weather can turn on a dime, so don’t let a warm fall lull you into neglecting your landscape’s winter needs. Trees react naturally to shorter daylight hours and lower temperatures by “hardening off.”
At one time, commercial cherry growing was big business in Northern Colorado, with over half a million trees in production. Pie cherries like Montmorency were canned and shipped around the country.
Native to China, apricot trees can be grown successfully in Colorado at altitudes up to 6,500 feet. Depending on what you consider “success,” of course.
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