February 17, 2018 0

The Bristlecone Pine

Bristlecone pines are tough customers. They grow where nothing else will and last for centuries. In fact, a Great Basin bristlecone pine in California’s White Mountains has been calculated as being 5,067 years old, making it the oldest known individual tree on earth. Clonal colonies of plants and microorganisms can last for 10,000 or more years—the Pando colony of quaking aspens in Utah, for example—but when it comes to individual organisms, the bristlecone is champ.

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January 26, 2018 0

Plan Ahead for Spring Planting

Banish your winter blues by thinking ahead to spring. Avid gardeners know that winter is the best time to plan for the warm weather to come and get a head start on plentiful crops during Colorado’s short growing season. It’s also a great time to reassess your landscape plan.

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July 25, 2017 0

Trees of Colorado: The Quaking Aspen

No tree is more closely associated with Colorado than the quaking aspen. Covering 5 million acres, the aspen is the state’s only widespread native deciduous tree.

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