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August Yard of the Month

By Staff

No surprise, top books home- and garden-related

By Erin McIntyre

If you’re on Facebook, you’ve probably seen the latest viral list everyone is passing around. “List 10 books that have stayed with you in some way,” it urges, and then you skim everyone’s list of books that have ...


Here are some options for growing a tall barrier

By Dennis Hill

I’m looking to grow a tall privacy barrier in another location. Do you have green giant arborvitae? What about emerald green or American arborvitae or any that work just as good here and grow fast? — Nancy I’m afraid I ...


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Don’t miss Mulch Madness sale at landfill

By Erin McIntyre

Wood mulch is one of those unsung landscape heroes. Lowly mulch doesn’t even get noticed by most people. It’s there to do a simple job, to keep soil temperatures more constant, to surround plants, to provide some sort of aesthetic ...


Cold-water spray controls conifer aphids on blue spruce

By Dennis Hill

We have a blue spruce that we got from Bookcliff many years ago. I noticed this spring that something is eating away at the leaves. We had a tree “expert” stop by and he found little black insects. They look kind of like aphids. He ...


Peppers can be picked if they reach mature color

By Dennis Hill

This year we planted peppers in our garden, and I really don’t know how to tell when the best time to pick them would be. If it makes any difference, they are habaneros. — Susan Actually, with most peppers, you can pick them just ...


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JULY 2014 YARD OF THE MONTH

By Staff

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Plan ahead next year to avoid leaf scorch

By Erin McIntyre

Sometimes diagnosing gardening problems requires foresight, hindsight and a little detective work. And though it might be hard to believe, a cause and effect can often be months or even years apart in the timeline of events in your ...


Raspberry crown borer can be hard to control

By Dennis Hill

My well-established raspberry patch seems to be dying. Leaves are turning brown and have not flowered to produce fruit. It seems like the whole cane is drying up and dying! The patch is watered heavily at least once per week from our ...


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JULY 2014 YARD OF THE MONTH

By Special to the Sentinel

For the month of July, the Grand Junction Forestry Board is happy to announce that Ben McKinstry is the Yard of the Month winner. McKinstry’s beautiful yard is at 731 Egret Circle. Out of all the yards that were nominated for July, ...


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