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Colorado Winter Watering Tips

Colorado Winter Watering Tips

Yes, your Colorado plants and trees still need to be watered during Winter. However, not as frequently as in the previous seasons. Here are some useful winter watering tips from Lifescape: Winter water is extremely important for the health of your plants and trees. Winter watering should take place approximately every three weeks when there…

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Your November Landscaping Checklist

Your November Landscaping Checklist

It’s not too late to make sure you start checking off those landscaping to-do’s on your November Checklist. You want to make sure that your landscape is prepared for the upcoming Winter so when Spring arrives, you’ll begin to see those beautiful flowers and plants returning to their full glory. Just in case you don’t…

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Did you know Mulch is an insulator?

Did you know Mulch is an insulator?

You may not know it, but mulch during the cold winter months acts as an insulator for your plants. With the wide range of temperature swings that plants are subjected to, it’s important to have mulch to protect your plants in the cold weather. It’s a fact that sometimes it is not the cold temperatures…

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Incorporating Stone in Your Landscape Design

Incorporating Stone in Your Landscape Design

A very durable material to use in your Colorado landscape design is stone. You can incorporate natural stone as decor, a driveway, the patio floor, a walkway or wherever you need to fill open areas in your landscape design. The great thing about using stone in your landscape design is that it can have a…

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The Casual Comfort of a Fire Pit

The Casual Comfort of a Fire Pit

Love your casual get togethers outdoors? Well if you have a fire pit on your patio, there’s no need to give that up during the Fall and Winter months. Fire pits are usually made of stone, fire-resistant brick or in some instances, clay. The fire pit creates a more casual atmosphere that is great for…

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Cozy up to your Outdoor Fireplace

Cozy up to your Outdoor Fireplace

The cool breezes of Fall are now upon us, Colorado. This is the perfect time to light up those outdoor fireplaces to enjoy the warm and cozy heat on your backyard patio. Having a fireplace installed in your landscaping is a great idea because it allows you to enjoy your backyard during the colder months….

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Winterization for Irrigation Systems

Winterization for Irrigation Systems

Winter is just around the corner and now is the time for Colorado residents to call in and schedule the winterization/ irrigation shut off for their landscape. As a part of your regular seasonal landscape maintenance, this is an important factor in keeping your irrigation system working efficiently. There are quite a few reasons why…

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The Benefits of Commercial Landscaping

The Benefits of Commercial Landscaping

When you own a business, first impressions mean a great deal. Your business’ landscaping is the first thing your potential customers see before they even open the doors. That’s why it’s important to make sure your business’ landscaping is looking its best. Having professional commercial landscaping has many advantages: Presents an inviting environment to your…

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Colorado Native Plants

Colorado Native Plants

There are 3 main benefits to planting Colorado native plants in your landscaping. 1. Colorado native plants are naturally adapted to the specific Colorado soils, climate, and environmental conditions 2. When properly placed, they are ideal for creating a sustainable landscape, one that does not require a much fertilizing, watering or pruning. 3.  They will…

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The Colorado Blue Spruce Tree

The Colorado Blue Spruce Tree

Since Fall is here and the holidays are beginning to be the focus on everyone’s mind lets talk about a popular holiday tree, the Colorado blue spruce tree. A lot of times people start out buying the tree as a potted plant for indoor holiday decoration. Then after the holidays, they will plant their blue…

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