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Harlequin’s Fall Sale Changes & Post-Flood Advisory

Monday, September 23rd, 2013

Harlequin’s Weekend Sale Update   Greetings to our Friends& Fellow Gardeners! Last week it was so difficult even to think about gardening, let alone work on the garden, so we are extending our sale on roses and on you-bag-it Boulder Compost – for another week. Because of the flood disaster we are extending 2 Special […]

Harlequin’s Greetings 9-18

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

Greetings to our Friends & Fellow Gardeners We are in shock from the stories of destruction and trauma caused by the flooding. Our hearts go out to all those affected, especially those who are bereaved, left homeless or unable to work. We are grateful that Harlequin’s Gardens is on high ground and was not directly […]

Tomato Tasting Results & Other News

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

Greetings from the Tomato Patch We had a wonderful turnout of tomatoes and tomato-lovers at the 3rd Annual Taste of Tomato last Saturday.  Thanks to all of you who participated for making this event so successful and enjoyable.  We have compiled the ‘People’s Choice’ voting results and posted them on our website at http://www.harlequinsgardens.com/plants/edibles/vegetables/third-annual-taste-of-tomato-voting-results/  FALL BULBS  […]

Harlequin’s Harvest Greetings & September Events

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

Greetings to our Friends & Fellow Gardeners! It’s Summer Harvest Time again, a time of abundance, sharing, and some of the most delectable flavors our Good Earth has to offer.  Whether you are growing your own, participating in a CSA, or shopping at your local Farmer’s Markets, we hope you have been enjoying the bounty, […]

Harlequin’s Gardens’ 20/20 Sale

Sunday, August 18th, 2013

Harlequin’s Gardens’ 20/20 Sale Greetings to our Gardening Friends!  Harlequin’s Gardens’ 20/20 Sale Tuesday August 20th Save 20% OFF the following selection of Plants & Products (one day only, while supplies last)   Great planting weather is back, and for our AUGUST 20/20 SALE we have assembled a diverse group of favorite plants we love not only […]

Harlequin’s Fall Veggie Starts

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Greetings to our Friends & Fellow Gardeners, Just a quick note to let you know that Fall Vegetable Starts are here. Most are ready now, and the ones that require cooler weather will be here soon. It’s time to plant those ‘cool-season’ crops, like kale, lettuce, chard, mustards, etc. so you will have lovely home-grown […]

JULY GREETINGS & 20/20 SALE

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Greetings to our Gardening Friends! We hope you are all enjoying summer – the heat, the thunderstorms, the wildflowers, some lovely cool mornings and evenings, the festivals and special events, the vegetable harvests and some time off. At the beginning of the month Mikl and I headed for the hills and stayed in the high […]

Mid-July Greetings to our Gardening Friends!

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

I will be writing to you again soon, but right now we wanted to let you know that voting in the ‘Shopping’ (retail) segment of the Daily Camera’s BOULDER GOLD awards opened today, and continues through July 28th.  Last year (thanks to you!) we were awarded Best Tree Nursery and Best Green Products/Services, and came […]

Harlequin’s June 20/20 Sale & Veggie Sale

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Greetings to our Gardening Friends! Let’s cut to the chase: We have 2 sales to announce. Here’s the first one: The week of June 17 to 23 has been officially designated as Pollinator Week, and we are participating in the efforts of the Colorado Beekeepers Association and BBB Seeds to educate the public about our pollinators, their […]

Early June Greetings from Harlequin’s Gardens

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

Greetings to our Gardening Friends! Water! – all I can think about is water! We were so fortunate to receive a lot of snow in April, allowing many of us in the Denver Metro area communities to irrigate our gardens this year. But this heat! Not only am I wishing I could run through the sprinkler […]

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