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Pansies and violas offer cool-season color Email
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Written by ALCC   
Tuesday, August 08, 2017 05:30 AM


'Matrix Morpheus' by Pan American SeedEach year, the Cool Season Trial program at Colorado State University evaluates various pansy and viola varieties for their ability to overwinter in the Northern Colorado climate. They are also judged for floriferousness, growth habit and pattern stability. Entries were planted in late October and grown until the following May. Evaluations were made in late spring.

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Demonstrate your professionalism by contributing to your industry Email
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Written by ALCC   
Tuesday, August 08, 2017 05:00 AM


Be professionalDemonstrating your professionalism is a way to position yourself and your business positively to both colleagues and consumers. Professional organizations like Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado offer a number of ways to show others that you have knowledge and expertise in the green industry.

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For your consideration: beautiful, low-maintenance perennials Email
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Written by ALCC   
Tuesday, August 08, 2017 04:30 AM

 

Phlox subulata ‘Early Spring® Light Pink’ (Early Spring Light Pink Creeping Phlox) Learn about some attractive perennials that proved tough and reliable during CSU perennial trials. Each has been in the ground at least three seasons and was ranked high by the perennial trial garden advisory committee.

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Drone technology streamlines large projects Email
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Written by ALCC   
Tuesday, August 08, 2017 04:00 AM


CTM droneColorado Total Maintenance (CTM) received The ELITE Award for Innovation for their work on a Washington Park Flower Garden in Denver. They used drones to save hours of work and give more accurate information about the 11.5-acre project.

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Solar eclipse calls for a safety talk with crews Email
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Written by ALCC   
Tuesday, August 08, 2017 03:00 AM


solar eclipseAn upcoming event in outer space could affect your employees’ safety. Have you talked with your crew about the solar eclipse?

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