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Back to the Stone Age: Rock Gardening Basics

If the idea of “rock gardening” conjures an image of a bleak, desolate spot with no living thing in sight, then think again. Modern rock gardens are places of rugged natural beauty, with a plethora of plantings and masses of vibrant color.

The Joys of Raised Bed Gardening

Do you love the idea of a vegetable garden, but dread all the work? Consider a raised bed garden! Raised beds are not only aesthetically pleasing…

Rain Gardens for Dry Climates

Did you know that, in semi-arid climates like Wyoming, rain gardens play an important role in water conservation? Why not consider building one on your property?

Epcot 2018 Flower & Garden Festival Is All Abloom

If you’ve been thinking about checking out this year’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, there’s still time. Fabulous and unusual gardens will remain on display …

Are You Ready for Mud Season?

Mud season presents a special challenge not only for hikers, but also for the folks who maintain the trails. If you enjoy hiking in the spring, it’s important to know how to safely navigate soggy trails without destroying them.

Eight of the World’s Strangest Landscapes

Our planet is filled with bizarre natural landscapes, much more surreal and wonderful than anything man can create. Some of them are halfway around the world, and others …

February To-Do List for Gardeners

Believe it or not, there are plenty of tasks for you to undertake before the snow melts. We’ve compiled a few of them …

Got Cabin Fever? Try Yellowstone in Winter!

Got cabin fever? Get out and explore one of the world’s most spectacular places, right outside your door. Yellowstone in winter offers the perfect …

Snow Time Like the Present…Snow Sculpting and Other Winter Amusements

Snow sculptors are a different breed of artist. They typically practice their craft outdoors, often in full view of spectators. They’re really a type of performance artist. Their sculptures are usually carved out of a single block of …

Protecting Your Landscape from Wyoming Winter

A Wyoming winter is both beautiful and brutal — for both people and plants. But you can take some steps to ensure that your landscaping recovers quickly and with minimal damage. For instance, shrubs and other ornamentals can be protected from heavy snowfalls by …

Add Interest to Your Winter Landscape

Think of winter in Wyoming, and the first thing that comes to mind, of course, is snow. And lots of it. Wyoming, after all, is one of the snowiest states in the union. But with a little ingenuity, it’s still possible to create interest in your winter landscape. Let’s consider the “four B’s” of the winter garden …

Natural Christmas Decorating: Beyond the Lights

Looking for some natural Christmas decorating options for your porch and yard? If something more organic than strings of lights hanging from the eaves sounds good to you, we’ve got a few ideas. Here are some relatively simple ways to create a …

Let’s Visit the World’s Most Beautiful Gardens

As winter approaches, nature becomes dormant and the landscape is often bleak. Taking a little “mini vacation” in your mind can help recharge your batteries. So, in the spirit of escape, here’s a quick tour of some of the most beautiful gardens on the planet…

Help Your Houseplants to Thrive this Winter

Taking care of houseplants is a labor of love.  But as winter approaches, it’s important to keep in mind that this is the time of year when a few missteps can quickly kill an indoor plant. To help avoid these seasonal pitfalls, here are a few tips from gardening experts …

Don’t Neglect Fall Landscaping Chores

A Wyoming fall is spectacular! The intense heat is gone. Warm, dry days are followed by cool nights. And the rich autumn colors are a delight. But there is still much to do in order to prepare your fall landscaping for the winter and next year’s growing season.