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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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Looking Back at 2016

Looking Back at 2016

Before making proclamations and promises for the New Year, let’s take a moment to look back on some of the highlights from an amazing 2016. A celebration 40 years in the making Lifescape has been recognized as a high-touch landscape architecture, construction, and maintenance company and this past year marked 40 years of crafting a…

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The Importance of Snow Removal

The Importance of Snow Removal

  It’s all fun and games to sing, “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…” until it does. Snow removal in Colorado is never top on a list of anyone’s favorite things to do, but being prepared is the key to keeping it manageable, as well as preserving your walkways and drive. Peruse this…

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Landscaping Design Ideas: Dressing Up Driveways

Since the driveway is one of the first features experienced when entering the property, why not make it an enjoyable experience? A beautiful driveway design can set the tone for the rest of the home and property, making a a wonderful first impression. Here are some design tips for transforming a driveway into a beautiful and…

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Playing with Height to Enhance Landscapes

Playing with Height to Enhance Landscapes

When surrounded by mountains or the Denver city skyline, it’s easy for residential landscapes to get lost in the mix. There are, however, ways to make sure the individual elements in your Colorado landscape are getting the attention they deserve. One of the most common ways is to play with height. In the same way…

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Early Spring Maintenance Tips for Denver Landscapes

Early Spring Maintenance Tips for Denver Landscapes

With a new season upon us, we know many of you are looking to make a few updates to refresh your landscapes and garden areas. But before you can start sprucing up for spring, there is a little bit of “housekeeping” that must be taken care of. The Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado recently shared…

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Conserve While Watering Your Landscape With a Smart Controller

How is your lawn looking lately? Does it look lush and healthy, or does it seem to be a little more parched than normal? As we previously discussed, the drier than average winter has contributed to the Denver area being classified as “abnormally dry” for this point of the year. With the lack of snowfall…

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Featured Plant: Russian Hawthorne Tree

Featured Plant: Russian Hawthorne Tree

For your Colorado landscape to be successful, it’s important to select plants that are as rugged and hearty as our geography. If you’re looking for a tree that does well in our varied climate and high altitude, turn your attention towards the beautiful Russian Hawthorne Tree (Crataegus ambigua). You don’t have to take our word…

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Sustainable Practices for Colorado Lawn Care

Sustainable Practices for Colorado Lawn Care

Rules for maintaining a healthy lawn circa 1970: Water lawns copiously. Feel free to let the water run into the sidewalk and gutters, providing a drinking hole for neighborhood pets. Keep weeds at bay using toxic chemicals which pollute aforementioned water run off. Use loud gasoline-powered mower in the wee hours of the morning to…

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Green Roofs: A Top Design Trend of 2011

Green Roofs: A Top Design Trend of 2011

According to Builder online magazine, one of the top ten design trends of 2011 was green roofs. If you are not familiar with the term green roof, it is the term coined for “a roof of a building that is partially or completely covered with vegetation and a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane….

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