After Rooted in Cheyenne plants a tree, volunteers water that tree periodically for a year, both during summer and, to the surprise of some, in winter. You may have even noticed someone watering your tree this month, even though your tree has no leaves. This is because trees and shrubs need water all year. […]
Spotlight on Species Larix laricina, first described in 1773 by Karl Heinrich Emil Koch (1809–1879), is commonly known as Tamarack, Hackmatack, Eastern larch, Black larch, Red larch, or, more widely in the nursery trade as American larch. The word tamarack is the Algonquian name for the species and means “wood used for snowshoes.” The species […]
Cheyenne’s 5th Annual Green Industry Workshop Was a Huge Success Sponsored by: On January 25, 2019 the Cheyenne Urban Forestry Division hosted the 5th Annual Green Industry Workshop at the Kiwanis Community House. Over 100 professionals from the green industry attended to hear from 6 different speakers. Educational sessions provided professional information, as […]
Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, Isaiah is a recent transplant to Cheyenne. He moved to Cheyenne after receiving his Bachelors in Horticulture from Auburn University and after interning with the Cheyenne Botanic Garden. His education with Auburn included studying at Pershore College in Pershore, England where he fell in love with personal display gardens. His passion for all plants […]
This page shows what has been accomplished by us since our inception up until the fall 2018 planting.