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Mountain serenity in your backyard

allure of Colorado in the winter is skiing and snowboarding on the majestic snow-covered mountains. Indeed, the snow-capped peaks are breathtaking and fun, but once springtime hits, the world of Colorado wildflowers awakens, creating its own allure. From spring through fall — even in early winter — the mountain landscape of tall and short purple, red and yellow blossoms provides a soothing escape from everyday city life. Wherever you live in Colorado, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy such serenity in your own urban, suburban or rural yard. Jerry Katz, a former trial lawyer-turned-landscape expert, discovered many years ago that the perfect antidote to his high-stress profession could be an oasis of Colorado wildflowers in his own backyard. Flower gardening became his hobby. Right after […]
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