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Colorado’s First Frost Survival Guide: 7 Key Tips for Plant Protection

October 6th, 2023

Colorado’s unpredictable weather patterns make it essential for gardeners to be prepared for the first frost. This sudden drop in temperature can be devastating to your beloved plants if you’re not ready. To help you safeguard your garden, here are seven crucial tips for saving your plants from the first frost in Colorado: Monitor Weather Forecasts: Stay updated with local weather forecasts, as they can provide valuable information about impending frosts. Keep an eye out for nights when temperatures are expected to dip below freezing. Choose Frost-Resistant Plants: Opt for cold-hardy... Read More

When should I cover my Plants? Boulders first Frost

August 25th, 2022

The nighttime temperatures in Boulder, Colorado start to drop as your growing season draws to a close, increasing the likelihood of frost with each passing day. Around September 18, you start to run the risk of experiencing frost, and by October 11, you almost certainly will have experienced at least one frost event. Frost is water vapor or gaseous water that solidifies. Frost typically forms on objects such as cars, windows, and plants that are exposed to moist air outside. Heavy frosts are common in fog-covered areas. When an outside surface cools below the dew point, frost forms.        Read More