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A Colorado Gardener’s December Checklist

A Colorado Gardener’s December Checklist

For many in Colorado, December’s cold weather offers a great excuse to huddle indoors next to a warm fireplace. However, for the Colorado gardener, December is also the time for specific garden and landscaping tasks. Here is the checklist for making the most of your landscape during this festive, yet chilly month. Repair hardscape features…

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Prepare Your Garden for Winter Weather

Prepare Your Garden for Winter Weather

If you prepare your garden properly, winter becomes a beautiful season of hibernation that is well worth the wait come spring. But to ensure your perennials will come back with all the color and fervor they can, here are some tips to get your garden ready. First, be sure to clean up any dead stems…

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Rocky Mountain Bristlecone Pine

Rocky Mountain Bristlecone Pine

The deep tones and sculptural silhouettes of evergreen trees against the backdrop of glistening white snow are what make Colorado winters so magical. The Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine is an evergreen species native to Colorado that has painted this majestic picture for thousands of years. It’s believed that the bristlecone pine is the oldest living…

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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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Take Advantage of Fall Leaves

Take Advantage of Fall Leaves

Colorful fall foliage is one of autumn’s most celebrated features. However, once those leaves fall, homeowners don’t always feel like celebrating. The first Saturday afternoon spent raking may be fun, but the third or fourth — not so much. Here at Lifescape, we like to keep our focus on the bright side, so we’re sharing…

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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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Rocky Mountain Maple

Fall is now upon us, but it is not too late to add some native Colorado plants to your landscape. When you want an attractive deciduous tree or shrub, the beautiful Rocky Mountain maple is a Colorado favorite. This maple may be small but the impact it has in landscape designs is large! The Rocky Mountain maple…

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Year-Round Landscaping from Lifescape Care

Maintaining a beautiful landscape can be a lot of work. Lifescape Care in Colorado makes it easy for you by providing year-round landscape maintenance services. Here is a glimpse at what we offer and what you can expect from our experienced professional crew. Beauty for Every Season Our design and garden experts can provide seasonal…

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Landscape Design Tips for Pets & Plants

Landscape Design Tips for Pets & Plants

If a previous experience or preconceived notion has you assuming gardening and pet-owning are incompatible, let us try to change your mind! After all, no one should have to choose between their furry friends and fresh flowers, foliage or even fresh fruits and veggies! Tough Love: No we are not talking about disciplining, we are…

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