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The Briarwood Inn Patio & Pagoda

The Briarwood Inn Patio & Pagoda

Lifescape had the pleasure of designing and constructing the band pagoda at Briarwood Inn in Golden, Colorado where every Wednesday “Music on the Terrace” is enjoyed.   With natural materials, lights, and colorful plantings this stage is a great place to see your favorite Jazz band.  This raised terrace also doubles as the stage for the…

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Tips to a Pet-Friendly Yard

Tips to a Pet-Friendly Yard

Sometimes we forget about our furry family members when it comes to our landscape design. There are a few pet-friendly accommodations that we can give our pets in order from them to be safer outdoors and for us to breathe a little easier. Deal with Puddles which lead to muddy paws. Since dog don’t walk around puddles and sporting breeds instinctively…

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Have you turned your Sprinklers on yet?

Have you turned your Sprinklers on yet?

Hopefully, you have already started up your sprinkler system by now. Quite a few areas have voluntary watering restrictions in place which means we need to be more careful about saving water. It is best to run your sprinkler system early in the morning, however, if you have them programmed to run in the morning…

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7 Weed Fighting Tips

7 Weed Fighting Tips

Most of us are happy for an early spring, but one ugly truth remains that the early arrival of spring, just enough natural precipitation and hand watering gets the weeds taking off like mad. If you are in the midst of battling wild weeds, here are seven strategic tips that the ALCC wants you to…

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Snow Mold: Pink or Gray

Snow Mold: Pink or Gray

Our Colorado winter has set up ideal conditions for snow mold this year. Damage from snow mold fungi usually becomes apparent as the snow melts and exposes the grass in late winter.  There are two principle types of snow mold in Colorado, Fusarium patch or pink snow mold and typhula blight, gray snow mold. It is best to…

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Still Time Left for the Winter Construction Discount!

Still Time Left for the Winter Construction Discount!

There is still time left to take advantage of Lifescape’s winter construction discount! If you plan on getting a hardscape project constructed between now and February, and you live within our servicing area, this is the deal for you! Clients can come to our design studio and select from over 30 different kinds of pavers! The…

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3 Great Hardscape Ideas for the Backyard

3 Great Hardscape Ideas for the Backyard

Our backyards are our sanctuaries. Many of us love to go out to our backyard and enjoy tending to the garden, laying out by the pool or our outdoor fireplace and just taking the time to relax and unwind from our hectic and stressful schedules. The hardscapes in our backyards play an important role in…

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Resolve to have a Better Landscape in 2012

Resolve to have a Better Landscape in 2012

You’ve probably already joined a gym or cleaned out your pantry of all the junk food, but have you started making arrangements to create a better landscape in 2012? Your yard is a very important part of your home. Before anyone steps foot in your house, the landscape is what greets them first. The curb…

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Helpful Tips on Selecting a Real Christmas Tree

Helpful Tips on Selecting a Real Christmas Tree

Some may already have their Christmas tree up, while others are looking for that perfect real tree that will fit their family room just right. Need a few tips on selecting a real Christmas tree? Here are a few tips Lifescape featured last year with a few new ones mixed in: Be sure you know what size…

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Creating a Rustic Oasis in the Backyard

Creating a Rustic Oasis in the Backyard

Your backyard should be an oasis. A place where you, your family and friends can go to relax, entertain, have a little privacy and simply enjoy all of the beautiful nature that surrounds you. Here is a project that is currently on the boards at Lifescape Associates. The client wanted a look that was somewhat rustic,…

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