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Green Thumbs: Strawberries in Steamboat Springs

The strawberries are coming to life in Steamboat Springs!

Steamboat Strawberries

Steamboat Strawberries

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Green Thumbs: Pepper Plant in a Grow Bag

Pepper plant in a grow bag – like a sweater full of dirt (and everything needs a sweater in Steamboat!)

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Green Thumbs: Euphorbia Polychroma & Candytuft In Bloom

Euphorbia polychroma & candytuft in bloom
Euphorbia polychroma & candytuft in bloom

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Green Thumbs: First Edibles

Say hello to the first edibles from my garden! Amazing for early May!

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Green Thumbs: Lemons at 7000 Feet

Klauzer & Tremaine Paralegal, Alison Lang, is an accomplished gardener! Check out the lemons she’s growing at 7000 feet above sea level. That’s no small task!

High Altitude Lemons

High Altitude Lemons

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Green Thumbs: Welcome Back Winter!

Another quick dose of winter doesn’t bother Millie or the plants thriving in the greenhouse here!

Winter's Last Stand?

Winter’s Last Stand?

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Green Thumbs: First Tomato Plants of the Season

The first tomato plants of the season have arrived at KTLaw! The partners and paralegals really enjoy the challenges of high altitude gardening. The temperature-sensitive tomato plant is difficult to grow in Steamboat, but your friends at KTLaw have had great success in producing beautiful tomatoes. We are looking forward to showing off our green thumbs this summer, so stay tuned to see the fruits of our labor!

Roma Tomato

Roma Tomato

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