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Colorado Golfing – A Personal Putting Green

Do you love golf? Would you like to enjoy getting a few strokes in without leaving your home? You can do just that by incorporating your very own putting green right into your Colorado landscape. Not only does it create a beautiful scene, but it adds unique functionality to allow you to use your landscape…

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Kid-centric Colorado Landscapes

Encourage kids to spend less time in front of a screen and more time in the great outdoors with a kid-friendly landscape. And with the help of a professional, you can achieve a fun landscape that is also sophisticated in style. A thoughtful design can creatively integrate style with functionality that’s fun! Here are some fantastic…

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Green In Between – Permeable Hardscapes

When you live in Colorado, outdoor living space is not an extra amenity – it’s a necessity. But beauty and sustainability are valued just as high here, and it’s these factors that make permeable hardscapes such a wonderful option for Colorado landscapes. Gravel or broken-up pavers can create permeable surfaces that can still be outfitted…

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The Balancing Act of Landscape Architecture

The Balancing Act of Landscape Architecture

We were recently inspired by an interesting observation that landscape architect and writer Billy Goodnick made about the way many people approach landscape design: “Humans have a strong attraction to color (we don’t have 6 million cones in each eye for nothing), so it might seem logical to focus your design energy on conjuring up beautiful…

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How Well Do You Know Your Soil?

How Well Do You Know Your Soil?

Have you ever proudly planted a garden that you lovingly watered, weeded and sunned, only to have the once-promising harvest not grow beyond the sprouted stage? What could have gone wrong? Perhaps it was the soil. Poor soil conditions can influence the success of your garden, which would have benefited from a test to make…

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What Makes a Modern Style Landscape?

Like architecture and interior design, landscape architecture is an art. It requires special knowledge and understanding of how shapes, lines, colors and materials can be carefully and creatively combined to achieve an aesthetic that is beautiful and engaging. Everything from the borders of flower beds to the types of grasses and materials used for retaining…

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How to Turn an Outdoor ‘Space’ into an Outdoor ‘Room’

Outdoor living is all about creating spaces where you can enjoy your beautiful landscape and the great outdoors in complete comfort. This means making sure your space not only has the necessary furniture and features but also the ambiance to create an inspiring and relaxing environment. Let’s explore some ways to turn an ordinary space into…

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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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Can I do this with my Yard?

Can I do this with my Yard?

One thing that stops homeowners from achieving the yard of their dreams is thinking that their yard is too small or to rocky to have the certain landscape features they would like. Another reason is because they think what they want will be too expensive. Well Lifescape has great news for you! You can have…

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A Retreat in your Own Backyard

A Retreat in your Own Backyard

A vacation, we all love it. What better way to unwind than from a fabulous retreat that immerses you in the outdoors with a few luxurious pleasures? Well Lifescape Associates wants you to know you can have that everyday, right in your own backyard! Many homeowners don’t understand the outdoor living potential they have in their barren or average-looking…

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