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09/21/2012
By: dr.greenthumb
Chlorophyll
The owners run the front, and are there to take care of people. They are both very knowledgeable, and seem to really want to please everyone; they are super nice people. There is a lot of competition in Denver for Indoor Horticulture supplies, but I bring my business to Chlorophyll for a few reasons.1) They carry certain products you can't get anywhere else ie: Aptus, Sanctuary Soils and H&G under one roof2) These guys know their stuff3) I like being there, the customer service is stellar.
05/20/2013
By: william.king.9849912
Chlorophyll
These guy's are OK, but there's no price's on there shelves. They charge you what they feel like. And sometime's it's a few dollars more that last time...MileHydro on Harlem is 25% to 30% cheaper on their gallons. Time's are tough and I got to strech that dollar.$$$$$$$$$$ Mr. Bill
Tips & Advices
Outdoor watering cans often are specifically from materials that are more resistant to weather variables--i.e., with a protective coating that prevents moisture corrosion, or prevents the handle from getting extremely hot in direct sunlight. Indoor watering cans are usually made of lightweight plastic, although they can be made from all sorts of other material, from stainless steel to porcelain. They often fill a more ornamental function, while the outdoor watering cans are for ongoing hard work.
A trowel is much smaller than a spade--it has a short handle and is meant to be used at knee-height or even closer range to the plants and soil. A spade is a type of shovel with a long handle and a sharp metal blade--usually much flatter than a normal shovel.
A pick mattock has at its head an adze and a pick, for breaking up hard-packed soil and debris. The cutter mattock has an axe blade on one side of the head and an adze on the other. It’ s better for digging up and cutting through roots.
The best type of shovel for gardening is a garden spade, ideally used in conjunction with a hand trowel.
The essential supplies for gardening are mostly basic, inexpensive non-motor tools. Essential tools consist of a sturdy pair of scissors, a trowel, a pair of pruning shears, at least one shovel, and a hand fork or a hoe. Also, a gardener must have a functioning hose—hopefully one with an adjustable sprayer nozzle. There are also kneeling pads for gardeners, which can help prevent knee and back strain If you are going to compost, you’ll need a compost bin. And to protect all your items from rain, make sure you have some sort of shed or enclosure. Finally, you should have a pair or two of heavy-duty gardening gloves.

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