DENVER — After a long and snow-filled winter, it’s time to celebrate the warmer weather, and with it, the opportunity for spring gardening in Colorado!
Have questions about indoor houseplants, starting an herb and vegetable garden, or preparing your soil for new plantings? Join City Floral Garden Center for weekly garden tips on “Going 2 The Garden” every week on Colorado’s Own Channel 2.
Via the weekly gardening video segments and their easily accessible location at 1440 Kearney Street in Denver, the expert help of City Floral Garden Center benefits Denver’s ever-growing population interested in urban gardening.
Join Vicky Evans, Channel 2 Daybreak Reporter, every Thursday morning at 8:20 am during “Going 2 The Garden” as she interviews a City Floral Garden Center team member on many gardening topics throughout the year, such as lawn care, in-season flowers and plants, and urban gardening tips.
“City Floral has been a great gardening partner for FOX31 Denver’s Good Day Colorado. Expanding our relationship to Daybreak on Colorado’s Own Channel 2 gives us another chance to teach more of our viewers about gardening,” said Ed Kosowski, Vice President of News and Digital Content for Fox 31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2.
City Floral Garden Center is Denver’s ultimate resource for annuals, perennials, herbs and vegetables, houseplants, trees and shrubs, and much more in their nursery. Not only does City Floral Greenhouse offer a wide variety of garden tools, plant and flower pots, soils, and more, City Floral’s garden gift shop is a crowd-pleaser with garden decor, accessories, and seasonal merchandise to complement every lifestyle.
Established in 1911, City Floral Greenhouse and Garden Center has grown into a full service lawn and garden center guaranteed to satisfy all gardening needs, particularly for city-dwellers with a green thumb. Discover everything a budding or expert gardener needs (and wants) for their garden, landscape or nursery within City Floral Garden Center’s diverse garden store at their Denver location at 1440 Kearney St. or online at CityFloralGreenhouse.com.