YOUR YARD COULD BE THE TOAST OF THE TOWN
By Greg Nolan, Colorado Master Gardener and Native Plant Master,Pueblo County, Colorado.
Posted by Linda McMulkin, CSU Extension-Pueblo County.
Every year, tons and tons of glass bottles are put into our landfills. In places like the arid southwest, those bottles may last thousands of years. Chances are you just might be a wine drinker; chances are you throw your wine bottles into the trash. Chances are an archeologist a thousand years from now will determine that you drank too much. Well, we can mess with the minds of the archeologist of the future.
|A local gardener has been adding|
bottle trees for color in his
new landscape. Wine trees grow
faster than pinon pine.
|This short wooden fence on a corner lot became more private by additional height. And it catches the sun in the late afternoon, adding flashes of color!|