Our Partners

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Proud Sponsor of the Crested Butte Wildflower Festival 2015

As a nationally recognized family-owned company, we are dedicated to producing the finest quality garden products available anywhere. Because organic ingredients play such a large role in our company, all formulas are handcrafted in small batches to ensure superior consistency and quality control. We offer custom blended soil mixes, natural and organic fertilizers as well as organic-based products that Combine the Best of Technology with the Goodness of Nature™.


A privately held company founded in 1933, Rain Bird Corporation is the leading manufacturer and provider of irrigation products and services. Since its beginnings, Rain Bird has offered the industry’s broadest range of irrigation products for farms, golf courses, sports arenas, commercial developments and homes in more than 130 countries around the world.

Rain Bird has been awarded more than 130 patents, including the first in 1935 for the original horizontal action impact drive sprinkler (U.S. Patent #1,997,901), which revolutionized the food production industry and ushered in a new era in irrigation, worldwide. The original impact sprinkler was designated a historic landmark in 1990 by the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Today, Rain Bird offers over 4,000 irrigation products and services.

Xavier Fane
Some of our beautiful photos by Xavier Fané


The Awe of It All

“I love the mountains. Their tortuous landscape and wild beauty inspire me every day. Their gift of silence and solitude reinvigorate my soul. In the many opportunities of play they offer I find endless joy. They have shaped who I’ve come to be.

Although I grew up in Barcelona, Spain, it was roaming the rugged, luminous Pyrenees Mountains that I spent a big chunk of my formative years. There, amongst the craggy ranges, crystalline lakes and ancient villages I sealed my fate to live in the mountains for the rest of my life.

My photography is not just a mere reflection of what my eyes see, but of the emotions my mind and body feel during the process of shooting the picture. I usually take the long road to get to places. I like to get deep into the mountains, be it running, biking, hiking, skiing, pedaling… I like to get down and dirty, feel cold, tired. It is in that state when I’m most open to feel the awe of it all.” – Xavier Fané