By Carl Wilson, Horticulturist, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension,
Our average killing frost date for Denver is October 11 although we can have
light frosts as much as a month earlier. Remember that our climate varies a lot from year
to year so we might have a much earlier or later killing frost. You may gamble by planting
something later than the suggested last planting time and win - at least in some years.
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