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Lifescape Winter Construction Discount!

Lifescape Winter Construction Discount!

Great news Colorado! Lifescape Associates is offering a winter construction discount if you get a hardscape project constructed between December and February.  Clients can come to our design studio and select from over 30 different kinds of pavers! This is the perfect time to have construction done for new hardscapes because during the cooler seasons,…

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Quick Tip: You still have to water!

Quick Tip: You still have to water!

It is a common misconception that if you have your sprinkler system winterized that you are done watering until spring starts up. That is false. Just because the sprinkler system has been shut off does not mean your lawn does not still require watering. You may remember that last fall’s was very warm and dry and…

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Perfect time to begin Winterizing your Irrigation Systems

Perfect time to begin Winterizing your Irrigation Systems

We hate to admit it but winter is just around the corner. It is now, during the fall, that is the best time for Colorado residents to call in and schedule the winterization/ irrigation shut off for their landscape.Why is this so important? As a part of your regular seasonal landscape maintenance, keeping your irrigation system working…

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Mulch can help your plants beat the Heat

Mulch can help your plants beat the Heat

During the warmer months it is very important that your landscape plants stay hydrated and a great way to help them stay healthy and vibrant in the heat is by adding mulch to the beds. Not only is this a great option for keeping your plants perky, applying mulch is also a sustainable step that…

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What to know about Protecting your Trees this Year

What to know about Protecting your Trees this Year

This year Colorado had a record dry winter followed by a record wet spring which means our trees took quite a beating with such unfavorable conditions. The impact on the trees is very apparent, because of the dry winter, you can see a lot of dead branches. And the wet spring, especially the rains that…

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Save Water with Clever Sprinkler Gadgets

Save Water with Clever Sprinkler Gadgets

Water is one of the most precious resources these days, and we all have to do our part to help conserve and protect the water supply. We’ve all had that experience of seeing someone’s sprinklers going full force in the midst of a full-on rain storm, but is that person ever you?  There were some…

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Landscaping Pests: Dealing with Aphids

Landscaping Pests: Dealing with Aphids

When it comes to Colorado landscaping pests, they can come in many forms. They are little critters and in some cases, pest that grow from the ground. Take aphids and weeds for example. These two pests are a big concern this time of year. Especially aphids because they are everywhere. Due to the rainy and…

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Have you checked on your Hardscapes lately?

Have you checked on your Hardscapes lately?

Hardscapes are the areas of your landscape that use hard materials such as pavers, natural stone, cement, bricks or manufactured blocks that create retaining walls, patios and walkways. Since your hardscapes are exposed to the elements on a daily basis, after some years, depending on the hardscape material, you may begin to see the color…

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Are Deer damaging your Beautiful Gardens?

Are Deer damaging your Beautiful Gardens?

Are you having problems with deer damaging your beautiful landscape? Deer are probably the most prevalent of animals that can devastate a garden.  When planting, it is important to know that deer may eat anything, even plants that garden and nursery centers list as deer resistant.  The reason is just how hungry the deer are. …

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Time for Irrigation Turn-ons

Time for Irrigation Turn-ons

It is that time of year again, and everyone is probably relieved. The winter weather is finally going away and the spring season is getting off to a slow start. Now is the time to have your irrigation system turned back on for your Colorado landscape. These are happening as we speak in the Denver…

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