Catch the green fever

3rd May, 2015 by

By Melanie Wong

EAGLE COUNTY — Spring weather has made its way to the Vail Valley, and for many people, that means it’s time to get their hands dirty in the garden. Some will head to their local community garden (there are several established communal gardens that have popped up along the valley over the last few years), while others will cultivate in their yards and others will keep some pots blooming on their balcony planters. When to plantMarty Jones, owner of Colorado Alpines & Wildflower Farm in Edwards, says gardeners can start planting early crops as soon as the threat of frost …

Source:: Vail Daily Feed



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