It’s finally May, and we’re starting to see a slight change in temperatures.
You may be considering doing some planting soon. We know it can be challenging trying to figure out what to plant when — especially with the mountains’ climate and altitude.
The Denver Botanic Gardens has created a database just for that. The High-Altitude Gardener plant database provides you with information on hundreds of plants. Just type in the criteria on their website and start researching.
You can leave comments and share your photos, too!
So, has anyone used this before? How was it? Leave your tip in a comment!