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3 Go Green Tips for your Garden

3 Go Green Tips for your Garden

Everyone can use the Earth’s natural resources to give their garden everything it needs. As a matter of fact, keeping your garden as natural and “green”as possible is not as difficult as you think. Here are 3 good tips to start going green with your home garden: 1. Mother Nature knows best, so use all…

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The Garden Festival

The Garden Festival

Yearly there are garden festivals all around the world.  While traveling in France one of our employees, Ryan, was fortunate to visit the International Garden Festival. Of the 25 different gardens, we want to share several that use color and show the effects it has on the garden in new and exciting ways. Keep an…

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How to Effeciently Water your Yard

How to Effeciently Water your Yard

A lot of homeowners take pride in their lush, green lawns and landscaping. It’s a boost for the neighborhood and makes your outdoor home environment a pleasant place to relax and play. Therefore, it is important to learn how to water your landscaping the right way, to keep your lawn healthy and you happy. Here…

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The Tuscan Landscape

The Tuscan Landscape

Italy is considered to most, the heart and birthplace of garden design, and with it came several unique styles. Looking for a space of function in highly refined experience that adheres to that vegetable garden or social space? Combining Italian Countryside and Renaissance, The Tuscan Landscape creates the perfect compliment to our Colorado seasons. A…

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Tuscan and Modern Pottery

Tuscan and Modern Pottery

In many projects Lifescape has done, we have used pots to make a space much more enjoyable.  Many spaces with pottery are designed after precedents from European areas. For example: Tuscany.  Here are a few photos of how pots have made spaces much nicer and more enjoyable. They often can bring color to a hardscape…

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French Garden Design

French Garden Design

If you are looking to create a garden that is a work of art, consider a French garden design. Some of the most classic French Gardens seen in Europe were designed in the renaissance and baroque time periods. Versailles, one of the most classic, was designed during the Baroque age and represents massive size and…

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Tea Time in the Garden

Tea Time in the Garden

This garden tea time is not for you, but for your plants. Did you know that manure tea and compost tea offer plants a wide range of nutrients, some natural hormones and other growth factors? Or that the right brew of tea can keep some plant diseases at bay? How about keeping away those pesky…

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Recycle your Landscaping Waste

Recycle your Landscaping Waste

When your or your landscape architect are outside working in the yard, there is the potential for a large amount of waste. Most people don’t understand that the projects they take on in the yard, can produce so much waste. But before you toss those branches, grass clippings, and other random debris into the trash,…

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4 Types of Water Features

4 Types of Water Features

The sound of water is both relaxing and soothing, which is why a lot of homeowners choose to have  them as a focal point in their landscaping. Water features create the ideal atmosphere for a place to just layout, rejuvenate or sit and relax. There are 4 different types of water features that you can…

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Cherry Creek Courtyard

Cherry Creek Courtyard

In a small Cherry Creek courtyard lies a patio facing south east.  Every morning the intense rays of the Colorado sun blast the homes’ brick exterior and custom mahogany doors.  As Coloradans we love the sun but the sun’s UV Rays can be very damaging. Therefore, the primary concern on this project was to protect…

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