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Harlequin’s Gardens Fall Newsletter 2014

Friday, August 15th, 2014

Harlequin’s  Gardens Fall 2014 Newsletter www.HarlequinsGardens.com       303-939-9403         Dear Friends and Fellow Gardeners, Welcome to Autumn and to Harlequin’s Gardens Fall Plant Sale. We are grateful for the kindness of this growing season, with the good rains and cooler weather. Not all states were as lucky as Colorado. We are also grateful for the healing […]

Harlequin’s July News

Saturday, July 12th, 2014

JULY NEWS Greetings to our Friends and Fellow Gardeners! We hope you enjoyed the Independence Day weekend and that you were not inconvenienced by our having been closed on July 4th. We needed a vacation day ourselves. Mikl and I celebrated our wedding anniversary last week by taking a few days off and visiting the […]

HARLEQUIN’S GARDENS SPRING 2014 Newsletter

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Dear Friends and Fellow Gardeners, Welcome to Spring and to Harlequin’s Gardens. The theme of this year’s newsletter is healing. That is because so many people around the world are in need of healing, including flood victims in Colorado and my dear wife and partner, Eve, who was run over by a car in mid-January. […]

Fall 2013 Newsletter

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

Harlequin’s  Gardens Fall 2013 Newsletter —————————————————————————————————————————— www.HarlequinsGardens.com       303-939-9403 ——————————————————————————————————————————   Dear Friends and Fellow Gardeners, Welcome to Autumn and to Harlequin’s Gardens Fall Plant Sale. This year’s gardening was a releaf after last year’s very hot and dry weather. If we can forgive Spring’s killing cold, we will remember her frequent drenching […]

Spring Invitation

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013

  HARLEQUIN’S  GARDENS  2013 Dear Friends and Fellow Gardeners, Welcome to Spring, to Harlequin’s Gardens and to once again joining with the uplifting energy of Nature’s renewal. It is a hard heart that doesn’t swell when the seeds she or he has planted, germinate and push their little sprouts out through the soil. And no […]

November Greetings & Holiday Market Update

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Greetings to our Friends and Fellow Gardeners! We hope all of you enjoyed a meaningful and joyful Thanksgiving celebration, whether it involved great food, great friends, family, travel, lending a hand, or even just taking a lovely walk or hike on that perfect, archetypal autumn day. Well, the good news is that we’ve had such […]

Fall Newsletter

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Dear Friends and Fellow Gardeners, Welcome to Fall, to better conditions for establishing plants, and to Harlequin’s Gardens 2012 Fall Plant Sale. This is a good planting time because plants are sending their energies and nutrients to their roots, because temperatures are cooler and, hopefully, rainfall will be more plentiful. Fall is also a more […]

Harlequin’s Gardens Fall Plant Sale 2011

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Dear Friends and Fellow Gardeners, Welcome to Fall, to cooler temperatures, and to Harlequin’s Gardens Fall Plant Sale. Now is one of the two best times of the year to plant and establish plants. AND Fall is also known to be an excellent time to nourish your gardens with organic fertilizers. Vitality and survival of […]

HARLEQUIN’S GARDENS Spring 2011 Newsletter

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Dear Friends and Fellow Gardeners, Welcome to Spring, to Harlequin’s Gardens, and to another gardening season of growing food, cultivating beauty, and giving and taking the world’s resources. So far, human beings, with all our tremendous powers to destroy life, have not learned how to create life, nor have we learned how to synthesize matter […]

Fall 2010 Newsletter

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

Dear Friends and Fellow Gardeners, Welcome to Fall and to Harlequin’s Gardens Fall Plant Sale. The pain and glory of spring 2010 was so “Colorado.” Various plants, roses and trees died or died back this year, perhaps because of the mid-October 2009  11 degree freeze and end of Oct. below zero hit. (Plants would prefer […]

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