Beautiful Trees of Colorado

Posted on June 7th, 2017 by
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Colorado definitely has a way with its natural beauty. Those of us who get to wake up here every day are always in for a special treat. That’s why we want to give the beautiful trees that thrive here their due credit. We want to share these trees that will make your landscape even more amazing.

Austrian Pine

This pine was planted as part of the nation’s great Dust Bowl Shelterbelt project. This tree is said to rival all pines in durability under adverse conditions and is the toughest of all European Pines. These fast growing, large evergreens grow in an …
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Spring Time Planting at Lifescape

Posted on May 31st, 2017 by
Spring Time Planting

Spring has sprung at Lifescape and we are in our first planting phase here at the office. Our crews have been hard at work and we’re excited to get some new trees and color in the ground.

 

 


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Fail Proof Perennials

Posted on May 24th, 2017 by
Fail-Proof Perennials

Colorado’s climate can be harsh at times, so when it comes to planting beautiful horticulture, you want to make sure you have something you can continue to enjoy year after year. Plants that can handle Colorado’s drought-tolerant landscape and provide your backyard with color comes easy when you use these fail-proof perennials that can provide what you are seeking now and for years to come.

May Night Salvia

Salvia is a great choice for adding color. These deep violet-purple flowers sprout up to 18 inches with a green foundation and for those of you who love to watch …
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Colorado Backyards that Rock!

Posted on May 17th, 2017 by
Colorado Backyards

 

Lifescape previously teamed up with Colorado Homes and Lifestyles Magazine to educate you on “How to Get the Best Bang for Your Buck” when it comes to choosing a landscape professional.

We are collaborating with them once again to discuss decorative backyard styles and what you need to pull them off!

Check out the article 3 Amazing Backyards and What Makes them Work!

 A Residential Resort A Formal European Garden

 

A Water-Inspired Estate

 


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Seasonal Colors

Posted on May 11th, 2017 by
Seasonal Colors

Seasonal Color

Spring is here and we are all looking for a color that is long lasting to brighten up our landscapes. When it comes to adding annual flowers or as we call it, seasonal color, there are a few rules you want to follow.

Don’t Rush, Wait

With our crazy Colorado weather, we can still get snow and freezing temperatures in May. You may want to wait to plant your annuals until we’ve passed May 20th, our official freeze date. This is the safest time to plant unless you will be dedicated to bringing them inside or covering them …
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