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    Low Water and Edible

    Low Water and Edible

    These edible plants and fruits require little water to thrive in our region! Although many annual vegetable crops have water requirements comparable to turf, there are a number of edible trees, shrubs, and ground covers that require much less water than grass and produce something you can eat. This month we want to highlight some of our favorite fruiting trees that have low-moderate water needs. 1. Pomegranate – This vibrantly …

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    What pesticides are safe for bees?

    What pesticides are safe for bees?

    Recently our friend @girlnextdoorhoney received a question from an Instagram follower wondering what type of pesticides she could use on her roses that would not harm bees. The concept is a bit of an oxymoron because no pesticide is really 100% safe for bees (or other pollinators for that matter). That being said, some pesticides are much more harmful than others. Like with any pest control question, our first step …

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    Natural Lawn Care News: Colorado’s Turf Wars

    Recently, a fellow landscape contractor shared an article with me that discussed a movement in parts of Colorado to severely restrict or even ban the use of many common pesticides.  Roundup in particular was a major focus.  Revolution strongly opposes the use chemicals and herbicides that are bad for us and the environment.  While an all out ban on these products may not be necessary, we do think its essential …

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