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Dry Shade Plants that Dazzle Gardens

Dry Shade Plants that Dazzle Gardens

Finding plants that work well in a dry and shady place doesn’t have to be hard. Some plants are better suited to these conditions and can add color, texture and beauty to your garden at the same time. There are a wide range of shade-tolerant plants. Some require full shade, while others can get by…

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Prevent Weed Growth Organically & Without Chemicals

Prevent Weed Growth Organically & Without Chemicals

Warmer weather means you will be spending more time outside in your garden and yard. Plants and trees are in bloom, the grass is growing again, and you will be faced with doing some landscape maintenance to keep things looking good. One issue to prepare for is weeds. You should try and weed your garden…

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Optimum Gardening Solutions for Sandy, Dry Soil

Optimum Gardening Solutions for Sandy, Dry Soil

Wouldn’t it be great if you had the perfect soil for your garden? Few gardeners do. If you have sandy, dry soil, we have some solutions for designing, growing, and planting in these conditions. When it comes to designing a landscape with sandy, dry soil, you can find inspiration in desert or beach environments. These…

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Hide the Imperfections of the Yard with Garden Accessories

Hide the Imperfections of the Yard with Garden Accessories

Every yard has some undesirable features that leave owners searching for creative solutions. A small landscape that needs more privacy or an unattractive element such as an air conditioning unit that needs to be hidden are just a couple common problems we hear about. Luckily, there are many ways to address these issues. Let’s begin…

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Designing Intimate Outdoor Rooms for Homes

Designing Intimate Outdoor Rooms for Homes

Having a yard is great, but how do you make it feel cozy? Maybe you have a small backyard and aren’t sure what to do with it. You need to divide up your landscape for different uses or features. One great feature to add to your yard is an outdoor living room, where you can relax,…

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Water Saving Tips for Water-Wise Landscapes

Water Saving Tips for Water-Wise Landscapes

Summer is almost here, and with the warmer weather comes concerns about saving water in the Greater Denver area. Landscapes can use a lot of water, but we like to look at ways you can reduce your water usage while still enjoying a beautiful yard. You can begin by educating yourself about how much water…

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Decorative Design Features for the Summer Xeriscaped Landscape

Decorative Design Features for the Summer Xeriscaped Landscape

Summer is fast approaching, and with it comes sun-filled days and cooler evenings that entice you to spend as much time enjoying the outdoors as possible. Whether you opted for a xeriscaped landscape to help conserve water or because they do not require as much maintenance as traditional types, you have more time to enjoy…

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Keep Your Pool & Design with Color, Lines, & Texture

Keep Your Pool & Design with Color, Lines, & Texture

Summer seems to keep getting hotter, and having a pool is a wonderful way to cool down quickly. In some cases, however, a pool doesn’t seem to fit in with the landscaping you had done to beautify your backyard. It does not have to stand alone as a feature of your design; landscaping with pools can open…

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