Tom Throgmorton

Tom Throgmorton KUNC Garden Reports

Tom has been offering garden advice on KUNC for almost two decades. During that time he has been the wholesale sales manager at Ft. Collins Nursery, Inc. Since January of 2005 he has been the owner and operator of Throgmorton Plant Management, LLC., a landscape installation and maintenance company as well as a horticultural consulting firm.  He lives in northern Ft. Collins with his wife and two kids.

 

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6:10am

Sat September 29, 2012
Garden Report

Guide To Gardening In October

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As cooler weather moves into Colorado, October is the perfect month to accomplish gardening projects. KUNC's Gardener Tom Throgmorton has a few suggestions on way to take full advantage of October and these  autumn days.

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6:45am

Sat September 22, 2012
Garden Report

'Tis The Season For Gardeners: Fall Planting And Bargains

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Planting isn’t just a spring activity. KUNC’s gardener Tom Throgmorton says autumn is the perfect time to plant perennials, shrubs and trees. The first day of autumn is here and I’m ready to start planting.

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6:30am

Sat September 15, 2012
Garden Report

Readjusting Your Automatic Sprinkler System For Fall

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Fall is quickly approaching along with cooler temperatures and some much needed moisture. It’s almost time to pull out the long sleeves and KUNC’s Gardner Tom Throgmorton says this September is the month to readjust and protect your automatic sprinkler system.

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7:15am

Sat September 8, 2012
Garden Report

Help Your Lawn Survive The Winter

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Fall’s the time to start preparing your lawn to survive the  winter and thrive next spring. KUNC Gardener Tom Throgmorton offer tips on how to get a stronger grass lawn.

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12:06am

Sat September 1, 2012
Garden Report

What To Do With The Harvest

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It took a lot of work to prepare, to plant and to tend the veggie garden.   The harvest is coming in fast and furious.  Care for the harvest and it will be food through the winter. KUNC's Gardner Tom Throgmorton has more.

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