Here in Colorado, there’s plenty of areas with snow on the ponds are frozen over. With ski resorts reporting record levels of snow pack, soil and seed variety is the last thing on my mind. But believe it or not, it’s time to start thinking about your Rocky Mountain garden once again. My part of Denver is considered to be in Zone 5b, but if you look at a plant hardiness map, you’ll see that different parts of the Front Range are in different zones. Some areas, including mine, seem to straddle between 5b and 6a, so figuring out what to do when can beRead More →