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Finally, a list of trees that thrive along Colorado’s Front Range – The Denver Post

Finally, a list of trees that thrive along Colorado’s Front Range – The Denver Post

Thuja Emerald The Perfect Fast-Growing  Privacy Hedge Compact grower to 7-8' tall Thuja Emerald thrives in  full sun to part shade Easily adapts to sandy or heavy clay soils Plant in groups of 6, 12, or 24 for best results Plant 2-3' apart for fast hedge Jumbo 22" tall specimens for quicker results!

Thuja Emerald The Perfect Fast-Growing Privacy Hedge Compact grower to tall Thuja Emerald thrives in full sun to part shade Easily adapts to sandy or heavy clay soils Plant in groups of or 24 for best results Plant apart for fast hedge Jumbo

Turkish Veronica - fast growing, thrives in difficult climates . Drought tolerant, needs shade in hot summer. - Gardening For You

Blue Veronica Liwanensis, Veronica Liwanensis, Turkish Speedwell - blue flowered groundcover that blooms in spring and has evergreen foliage - High Country Gardens

Burning bush -- dark green in summer & red in fall, easy to grow & minimal care, full sun/part shade, 5 ft high, cold & drought hardy, disease resistant, fast growing

Burning Bush Euonymus Compactus Fast growing Hedge Plant Brilliant, weeks of fire-engine red fall color Drought tolerant & Disease Resistant Thrives in full sun to part shade Plant in groups of or 24 for best results Plant feet apart for a

Dwarf Colorado blue spruce Picea pungens Globosa with heaths and heathers in garden in spring

Dwarf Colorado blue spruce Picea pungens Globosa with heaths and heathers in garden in spring - cool color scheme

In the southwest andn Rocky Mountain areas, water wise landscape designs come in all colors and shapes and incorporate a wide range of both nativespecies as well as appropriate adapted plants, ranging from succulents and cacti to endemic penstemons and traditional perennials. Mary Ellen Keskimaki created s colorful patchwork of thyme, soapwort, iris and other perennials on her hillside front yard garden in Golden, Colorado.l

Mary Ellen Keskimaki created a colorful patchwork of native species and appropriate adapted plants: thyme, soapwort, iris, armeria and other perennials on her hillside front yard garden in Golden, CO.

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