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Gorgeous Lighting Designs for Your Landscape

Gorgeous Lighting Designs for Your Landscape

Whether you are designing a new landscape or just looking for a way to spruce up your existing yard, landscape lighting is a feature you should consider. While it is easy to think of what your yard looks like during the day, nighttime offers a wealth of creativity when it comes to lighting your landscape….

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Solve Water Runoff Issues with a Dry Creek Bed

Solve Water Runoff Issues with a Dry Creek Bed

Water runoff can be a problem in your landscape, but you don’t have to settle for a boring solution. You can create a realistic-looking dry creek bed with large rocks, stones, plants and more that will artistically funnel water runoff, making it look like a river. When beginning to design your dry creek bed, look…

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Plant Highlight: The Poppy Mallow Flatters Xeriscaped Lawns

Plant Highlight: The Poppy Mallow Flatters Xeriscaped Lawns

Xeriscaped or grass-free landscapes present some unique challenges when it comes to adding plants and features. You have to consider watering as well as design requirements. The poppy mallow flower, or winecup, is perfect for Xeriscaped lawns, as it provides color and texture while also being drought-tolerant. It is a purple flower with a white…

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Consider Elegantly Placed Vertical Gardens for Spring

Consider Elegantly Placed Vertical Gardens for Spring

Smaller yards are coming back in vogue due to people living in denser neighborhoods and desiring to minimize landscape maintenance. Let’s say you want to exercise your green thumb this spring, but you don’t have a lot of space. Consider vertical gardens to take advantage of unused space and give your landscape an elegant look. A…

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Eco-Friendly Pest Control with Integrated Pest Management

Eco-Friendly Pest Control with Integrated Pest Management

A new movement in pest control is eliminating the need for pesticides and insecticides. Integrated Pest Management is a method of preventing pests through planning, maintaining, and employing only natural or low-toxicity controls. Instead of chemical-ridden products, this pest management system yields healthy plants without compromising human, animal, and environmental health and safety. Blanket applications of pesticides and insecticides may be…

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Gorgeous, Low Maintenance Plants Great for Xeriscapes

Gorgeous, Low Maintenance Plants Great for Xeriscapes

The Rocky Mountains of Colorado are a breeding ground for gorgeous, low maintenance plants ideal for Xeriscapes. There are so many wonderful varieties to choose from with colors, textures, and forms you can endlessly feast your eyes on. What is Xeriscaping? Xeriscapes are landscapes centered around low maintenance plants, which are tolerant in droughts and…

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Cleverly Designed Outdoor Rooms for Entertaining

Cleverly Designed Outdoor Rooms for Entertaining

An open-air room allows you to bask in beautiful weather while relaxing and entertaining as if you were in the comfort of your home. Designing an outdoor room is much like designing any other space of the home, except the inspiration and backdrop is your landscape. Here are some inspiring design ideas for creating delightful outdoor…

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Top Plants & Flowers for Butterfly Gardening

Top Plants & Flowers for Butterfly Gardening

It’s hard to imagine a sunny garden scene without the ephemeral flutter of butterfly wings. In fact, it’s impossible. Without butterflies, which are very important pollinators, many of our favorite blooms would never grow in the first place. Introduce Plants and Flowers That Attract Butterflies & Other Pollinators The benefit of adding butterfly-friendly plants is…

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2015 Garden Trend: Bedhead Gardens

2015 Garden Trend: Bedhead Gardens

Twenty years ago, it was unheard of for women to get out of the shower, tussle their hair with a little product, and walk out the door. Nowadays, low-maintenance, mussed up “bedhead” hair is all the rage. Gardens seem to be following suit, and formal landscapes are taking second stage as bedhead gardening trends take…

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Spring Ready: Simple Garden Projects for Planting

Spring Ready: Simple Garden Projects for Planting

This time of year can feel like Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride when it comes to the weather patterns in the Colorado Rockies. Warm, spring-like days that have gardener’s hands itching to get in the soil are followed by unexpected storms and freezing temperatures. In other words, your garden isn’t ready to be planted just yet….

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