Spring officially starts on March 20th, but there are obvious signs that spring is on its way – warmer temps, spring snows, long unseen animals and birds appearing.
- Schedule early to assure you receive the day and time that fits your busy schedule. We will start spring turn-ons in mid- April.
- Do you have a repair or system improvement that you would like to see completed before we turn on your system? Call us and we can get you on our schedule.
- We offer free estimates to our current clients.
- Stay in touch to receive timely seasonal news that affect sprinklers/water usage in Boulder County. Look to your lower right to sign-up for Cottonwood Sprinkler blog updates.
Every year we receive questions such as when to prune a spruce tree or what kind of grass mix to use. For answers to a lot of your plant questions, please visit to The Colorado State University Extension webpage http://www.ext.colostate.edu/menu_garden.html
Lyons and the Flood
Every day we watch the rebuilding of “our” canyon out of Lyons as the workers push to beat the spring run-off, and our hearts go out to those who lost so much. We encourage you to consider “Shop Small’ by coming to Lyons to support our many shops – any amount you spend will help rebuild our town.
Below are some websites that may be of interest:
What is Lyons About? http://www.rockymtretreats.com/lyons.htm
Lyons is a place of parks – flood before and after pictures http://www.townoflyons.com/donate-to-help-rebuid-lyons-parks
Planet Bluegrass is working hard to be fully open this summer: http://www.bluegrass.com/
Lyons is known for it’s arts and crafts environment, and has many artists in residence who are generous with displaying their art throughout town.