By Diane Stahl If you are in the native plant community anywhere in the west, you have probably heard of the untimely passing of David Salman. We at Wild Ones Front Range chapter are heartbroken. If you did not know David by name, you probably knew his online businesses (High Country Gardens and Santa Fe […] Continue reading "Tribute to David Salman (1957 – 2022)"
by Deborah Lebow Aal with help from Jan Midgely and Carla DeMasters This is a particularly odd time to be talking about native plants and gardening. As we continue to grapple with systemic racism in our country, and truly around the world, and the ever-present global pandemic, it’s a hard time to focus on non-human issues. […] Continue reading "BALANCE…and Soil"
By: Deborah Lebow Aal Why Oaks? I mentioned in my article, Native Trees for Colorado’s Front Range, that tree experts on Colorado’s Front Range feel that Oak trees should fill that gap between true natives and non-natives. They do really well here on the Front Range, provide ample opportunity for hosting many insects, and, contrary […] Continue reading "Oak Trees on the Front Range"