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Lifescape Colorado Hosts Design Council Holiday Cheer Event

Lifescape Colorado Hosts Design Council Holiday Cheer Event

Lifescape Colorado is pleased to have had the honor of sponsoring and hosting the Annual Design Council Holiday Cheer event on Wednesday, December 6. The event was held at our firm and provided a great opportunity to connect with colleagues and industry influencers in the design space. What is the Design Council? For nearly 30…

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Lifescape Colorado Receives 2 Grand Awards at Landscapes 2017

Lifescape Colorado Receives 2 Grand Awards at Landscapes 2017

The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) is the trade association for the landscape industry and represents the voice of more than 100,000 landscape professionals. Each year this organization hosts the NALP Awards Program at its Landscapes conference to recognize landscape professionals for their exemplary work at a national level. Lifescape Colorado is honored to…

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Plan Now for a Colorful Spring Landscape

Plan Now for a Colorful Spring Landscape

Although we’re currently in the thick of fall, now is the ideal time to start planning for your spring landscape. By working with a landscape professional now, you can plan for beautiful color, proactively make changes and add hardscapes, outdoor living or other features to enhance your outdoor space. Here are some ways that the…

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Plan For Spring With Lifescape

Plan For Spring With Lifescape

    The Old Farmer’s Almanac is calling for consistent cold weather in the greater Denver area with the snowiest period in mid- to late-February. This means ample time indoors to gaze outside and consider what your landscape can look like once spring shows up. The best way to beat the winter blues is to…

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Recap of the 5280 Home Party at Lifescape Colorado

Recap of the 5280 Home Party at Lifescape Colorado

Summer is the season for entertaining, so Lifescape Colorado decided it was time to throw a party! What better way is there to kick off three of the best months Colorado has to offer? We paired up with 5280 The Denver Magazine and their editors, as well as some of Colorado’s finest architects, landscape architects, designers and…

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Project Spotlight: Colorado Golf Club

Project Spotlight: Colorado Golf Club

Located just south of Denver in Parker, Colo., the Colorado Golf Club stretches over 7,604 pristine yards and plays to par-72. When Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw first set out to design it, they envisioned a course that would glorify the natural landscape, while providing a haven for golfers of all levels. Their success is irrefutable. The Championship Course offers nice challenges…

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Navigating Saturated Soils

From droughts to floods to blizzards, our beautiful state must navigate extreme weather conditions. Among the other things this entails, it means gardeners and landscapers have their work cut out for them. After flooding, soil will be saturated and specific measures should be taken in order to keep plants healthy. Drying Out It may sound…

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5 Low-Water Ferns for Colorado Landscapes

When imagining a drought-tolerant landscape, many people do not picture ferns. There is also a myth that you cannot grow ferns out west. However, you can indeed grow ferns in the west and several types do fine with little watering. Here are few of the low-water ferns that can grow in Colorado. Autumn fern: Found…

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Transforming Outdoor Spaces with Carpentry

Transforming Outdoor Spaces with Carpentry

Outdoor structures – trellises, arbors, pergolas and other carpentry – have the wonderful ability to add function and interest to landscapes while also creating a connection between homes and landscapes. But with this carpentry, there can be more than meets the eye. These structures can serve multiple purposes and add unexpected function. Here are some…

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How Well Do You Know Your Soil?

How Well Do You Know Your Soil?

Have you ever proudly planted a garden that you lovingly watered, weeded and sunned, only to have the once-promising harvest not grow beyond the sprouted stage? What could have gone wrong? Perhaps it was the soil. Poor soil conditions can influence the success of your garden, which would have benefited from a test to make…

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