Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Rocky Mountains

June, 2001
Regional Report

In the Garden


Old-Fashioned Shrub Roses

No matter where we've lived, we've always planted roses in our yard. Growing them on the High Plains, however, is proving a bit more of a challenge than growing them in the foothills. Our area is noted for its continuous winds, dry, sandy soils, and...
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Taylor's Guide to Roses We hope that we've inspired you to try some old-fashioned roses in your Rocky Mountain and High...

Local Buzz

An Abundance of Sphinx Moths Often mistaken for tiny birds, white-lined sphinx moths ( Hyles lineata ) are appearing in...
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Regional Reminders

  • Pull Young Weeds
  • Control Lilac Blight
  • Maintain Seedy Lawns
  • Control Mites on Aspens
  • Use Herbicides Correctly

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