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Erin McIntyre

Dreaded curly-top virus puts crimp on crop

Hindsight is always 20-20 in gardening. I should have spaced my plants farther apart. I should have remembered how monstrous zucchini plants grow and how prolific they are. I should have put ...

Dennis Hill

Trim tips 
on flowering
 almond bush

Last fall all of our chrysanthemums (most of which were planted about 15 years ago) died. They were in different areas of the garden, and the other plants that were in with them were not ...

Dennis Hill

Aggressive Russian sage, and roses that ‘chuckle’

We have three Russian sage plants that our landscaper put in about five years ago. Thriving and beautiful, they put out a great many suckers that are hard and messy to pull up. I used to trim ...

Erin McIntyre

Keep your garden spectacular all season long

One of the things I’ve always struggled with as a gardener is maintaining a wide variety of flowering plants over the course of a season. Something should always be blooming, whether ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Eagles went across the pond, out of comfort zone for first LP

After watching the “History of the Eagles” twice, I realized that it is going take more than one column to report on it, and I should do it one LP at a time. When Don Henley, Glenn ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 13, 2014

As a youngster living in Silverton in the early ‘70s, our family traveled often to Montrose, just a quick trip north, on the Million Dollar Highway, for weekend visits with my paternal ...

Erin McIntyre

Attack of the killer tomato problems!

It always seems that as soon as the tomatoes start to ripen, the tomato problems start. After all this anticipation, it’s a real disappointment to have a gorgeous green tomato ripen for ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Pitching problems

More than half of the Major League Baseball season has come and gone. As is becoming tradition, the Colorado Rockies are once again relegated to playing roughly 70 meaningless games, unless ...

Erin McIntyre

Life with chickens, 
one year later

The chickens really couldn’t care less, but it’s their birthdays. Yes, the Chicken Five are 1 year old! I’m celebrating, because this is important. I tried to make them ...

Dennis Hill

Sycamore’s peeling bark nothing to worry about

Help! I think my sycamore tree has borers. The leaves are fine and the tree looks good, but the bark is peeling off in big pieces all over my yard. What’s going on, and how can I stop ...

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