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Top Fire Feature Trends for Your Colorado Landscape

Top Fire Feature Trends for Your Colorado Landscape

While the temperatures are warming up in Denver, the average evening temperatures in May are still in the 40s and low 50s. To extend the enjoyment of your outdoor living space into the evening hours, consider adding a fire feature to your landscape. Fire Feature Trends of 2018 When it comes to choosing a fire…

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Beat the Spring Rush for Landscape Design-Build Projects

Beat the Spring Rush for Landscape Design-Build Projects

Spring is the busiest time of year for landscape installations and design-build projects. As the temperatures warm up, Denver residents are thinking about outdoor entertaining and ways to improve their landscape. Because of the influx of calls that landscape companies receive in the spring, it may take longer to get started on and complete your…

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3 Great Games to Incorporate Into Your Outdoor Space

3 Great Games to Incorporate Into Your Outdoor Space

Summer isn’t quite the same without lounging for hours while the kids splash around in the pool or play outdoor games. Gardens are the perfect locations for easy outdoor games — little to no skill is needed, and games are a great way to gather the whole family for some fun in the sun. To help you…

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Planning to Upgrade Your Colorado Landscape? Use These Tips

Planning to Upgrade Your Colorado Landscape? Use These Tips

Does your landscape need a new look? Are you tired of seeing the same colors — green in spring and summer and brown in winter and fall? Or, are your evergreen shrubs getting more out of control every year? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are ready to take steps towards an…

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The Quaking Aspen: Is It Right For Your Landscape?

The Quaking Aspen: Is It Right For Your Landscape?

The quaking aspen has bewildered landowners, horticulturists, and landscape architects for centuries. Quaking aspens are stunning trees often mistaken for birch trees due to their cream to white-colored trunks. But, they couldn’t be more different. In fact, it’s almost inappropriate to refer to them as trees at all. They are actually large, 1 to 20 acre…

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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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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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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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