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Adding Color to Artful Gardens

Adding Color to Artful Gardens

Anyone interested in Denver landscape design considers a barren yard the same way an artist views a blank canvas. Landscape designers use artistic principles when planning their visions — balance, texture, depth and color work to create a unique space so that something beautiful appears in every corner. The following are tips you can use…

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Autumn Transition – What to Do for Your Colorado Landscape

Autumn Transition – What to Do for Your Colorado Landscape

Every year, it still amazes us. After a sparkling winter, a gorgeous spring and a bountiful summer, it’s hard to think life can get any better in Colorado… until fall arrives. The season of warm colors and cool temperatures is upon us, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to tuck your landscape in for hibernation….

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Why Grow Native Shrubs?

Why Grow Native Shrubs?

Growing native plants in your Colorado garden not only adds color to your landscape design, but also benefits and contributes to the biodiversity of our beautiful state. While landscaping with a native shrub seems like a small way to aid the environment, other projects that do not include these wonderful plants can harm biodiversity. Shrubs…

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The Western Sandcherry

The Western Sandcherry

One of the most important factors to consider when planting a garden is assessing what your landscape will look like during the winter months. The Western Sandcherry, a creeping, low-growing plant native to the Rocky Mountains, is active in both the spring and summer. In addition to this, the leafy plant is also extremely diverse…

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Landscape Design Solutions for Colorado: Terraces

Landscape Design Solutions for Colorado: Terraces

The natural landscape of Colorado can prove to be a challenge when developing a landscape design. The slopes of various degrees and gentle hills call for meticulous planning in order to create a design that wows. But rather than grade the slopes and hills down, we’re often able to use these to our advantage by…

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A Great Day to be Thankful!

A Great Day to be Thankful!

Lifescape wanted to take a moment to wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving Day. The beautiful fall season in Colorado is a great reason to be thankful. Today is a great day for taking account of all those wonderful little things that turn out to mean so much. From watching your kids grow and run…

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Protect your Blooms from Widlife

Protect your Blooms from Widlife

If there is one thing that can be heartbreaking to a gardener, it’s coming outside to see a garden full of eaten plants. Living in the Denver area, you have to be careful about deer, rabbits, elk, and voles chowing down on your beautiful bulbs. However, there’s no need to breakout the hunting gear to keep your…

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Colorado State’s Annual Flower Trail Garden

Colorado State’s Annual Flower Trail Garden

Did you know that if a flower can survive in Colorado, it can survive anywhere in the rest of the country? Well that’s due to our extreme to normal weather conditions. It’s actually at The Annual Flower Trail Garden at Colorado State University taking place now through August 14th, that many master gardeners, industry pros, horticulturists…

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Get ready for Spring Color in the Landscape

Get ready for Spring Color in the Landscape

Have you started thinking about what colors you want to see in your landscape this spring season? Now is a great time to start thinking about what seeds to get in preparation for the planting season. Why spring color? There is nothing that perks up your yard more that a healthy dose of vibrant color. From the…

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Fall Landscape Color: From Petunias to Pansies

Fall Landscape Color: From Petunias to Pansies

Now that the fall season is here your petunias will become less perky as the season progresses. You want to begin considering different flower options now for something that is more seasonal. Luckily, there are a variety of colorful plants to choose from that will have your lawn looking perfect for pumpkin season. Pansies are…

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