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3 Ways to make your Landscape Design Standout

3 Ways to make your Landscape Design Standout

Landscape design can be very diverse and “out of the box”, however most of what we see in many neighborhoods are the status quo designs. And that is perfectly fine and beautiful, but if you want to use your landscape to display your spirited and fearless style approach, here are 3 ways to make your…

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Summer Gardening Tips to put on the Calendar

Summer Gardening Tips to put on the Calendar

From mid to late June there are a few landscaping tips that you can add to the calendar that will help you get the most out of your yard this season. Take a look at these great tips featured on www.colostate.edu. In Mid June To conserve moisture, mulch tomatoes after the soil is thoroughly warm this…

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Transform a Small Space into a Landscaped Gem

Transform a Small Space into a Landscaped Gem

Many people don’t realize that size doesn’t really matter when it comes to landscaping. However, the smallest areas will usually show the biggest impact once they have been professionally landscaped. Your small areas could include a garden, back or front porch, and perhaps a small courtyard space. These intimate spaces can really be transformed to…

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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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Perfect Pergolas

Perfect Pergolas

Pergolas are a great garden structure that does not necessarily have to always be in the garden. In fact, pergolas are excellent for shading walkways, passageways, entrances or sitting areas in your landscape. Think about it, is there any area of your landscape that could benefit from building a pergola? Perhaps your favorite reading spot…

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The Importance of Xeriscape

The Importance of Xeriscape

Last week, Denver Water announced a Drought Watch Response. The watch is really a stage 1, which is a voluntary call to their customers to try and reduce their water use 10%. It is very important because continued dry weather could lead to a Stage 2 response which in return means more constraints. This warm,…

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3 Reasons to hire a Landscape Professional

3 Reasons to hire a Landscape Professional

When it comes to regular menial yard work, you may hate it, but it is something you can take care of yourself for the most part. However, there comes a time when the problems you have in your lawn can be a bit too much for you to handle and you’ll need to call a…

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What your Lawn Needs from You

What your Lawn Needs from You

Did you know there was a science to lawn care. It’s not a complicated science, but still science nonetheless. Take a look at these four things researchers at Colorado State University (CSU) and experienced professionals had to say about lawn care. 1. Water – Check your soil moisture by sticking a screwdriver into the soil….

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Before & After: Boosting your Curb Appeal

Before & After: Boosting your Curb Appeal

The front yard is where all the magic is sparked. Your home’s curb appeal will either want to make people stop and admire from the street if done right, or cringe a little and turn their heads if unkempt. If you plan on putting your home on the market anytime soon, this can cost you…

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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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