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Sponsored Feature Happy New Year! by Julie Mclntyre, Summerland Gardens Happy Mother's Day! Which Earth. Our backyards are is actually Happy New Year! While the calendar marks January as the start habitat for birds, butterflies of the year, Mother's Day signals the beginning for the gardener. It's time to plant! Garden resolutions are made, goals are set, dreams are made, flower fantasies swirl. What will I plant this suffered from chemicals, year? What do I want to watch grow and flower? Smell every morning? Eat fresh out of the yard? Add a hummingbird favorite to your patio pot. It's easy to incorporate a few of their favorites, ask us how becoming even more important in providing and bees And finally, consider planting something you've never grown before. The plant world is vast to say the least Try something new that will challenge you, provoke you, inspire you, calm you or just simply bring you joy There's SO much to choose from. Beautiful flowers, intoxicating scent, delicious flavor can all be yours this new year. We'll help Happy Mother's Day! Remember not all bugs are bad. We're lucky in Colorado to not have a huge bug problems. But bee and butterfly populations have ask us for more organic solutions to control problems. Maybe plant some extra for butterfly larvae to eat, or plant flowers in your vegetable garden to attract more bees While setting your goals this Mother's Day, don't forget to consider Mother Sponsored Feature Happy New Year! by Julie Mclntyre, Summerland Gardens Happy Mother's Day! Which Earth. Our backyards are is actually Happy New Year! While the calendar marks January as the start habitat for birds, butterflies of the year, Mother's Day signals the beginning for the gardener. It's time to plant! Garden resolutions are made, goals are set, dreams are made, flower fantasies swirl. What will I plant this suffered from chemicals, year? What do I want to watch grow and flower? Smell every morning? Eat fresh out of the yard? Add a hummingbird favorite to your patio pot. It's easy to incorporate a few of their favorites, ask us how becoming even more important in providing and bees And finally, consider planting something you've never grown before. The plant world is vast to say the least Try something new that will challenge you, provoke you, inspire you, calm you or just simply bring you joy There's SO much to choose from. Beautiful flowers, intoxicating scent, delicious flavor can all be yours this new year. We'll help Happy Mother's Day! Remember not all bugs are bad. We're lucky in Colorado to not have a huge bug problems. But bee and butterfly populations have ask us for more organic solutions to control problems. Maybe plant some extra for butterfly larvae to eat, or plant flowers in your vegetable garden to attract more bees While setting your goals this Mother's Day, don't forget to consider Mother

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