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Designing Landscapes & Gardens with Stone

Designing Landscapes & Gardens with Stone

Water features are one of the most desirable elements you can incorporate into your landscape, but they’re typically designed for water sourced from a well or municipal water facility. Ironically, your Colorado landscape may not be equipped for the “real” water that needs to find egress during and after storms, or during the melt, keeping…

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Modern Landscape Designs That Catch the Eye

Modern Landscape Designs That Catch the Eye

Modern landscape design has style versatility, which complements many types of homes. In addition to this, these designs emphasize hardscaping and architecture for creating a stylistic impression. This means these landscape designs easily incorporate the water-conserving principles we lean towards here in Colorado. Read on to learn more about the elements of modern landscape design….

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Key Elements of a European Style Landscape

Key Elements of a European Style Landscape

Anyone who has traveled to Europe likely has fond memories of quaint outdoor cafes, cobblestone streets, and romantic, lush gardens. Europeans embrace warm seasons by taking many activities, especially eating and socializing, outdoors, and the garden designs reflect that. If you want to bring the European aesthetic to your Colorado landscape, here are elements to…

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Stunning Driveway Design Ideas

Stunning Driveway Design Ideas

Why have a nondescript and serviceable driveway when you can design and build a stunning one that enhances your home’s curb appeal? Not to mention, the same features that create a more visually appealing driveway — like pavers and stones — will also make your driveway more likely to withstand the constant freezing and thawing we experience here in the…

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October is a Time for Pruning

October is a Time for Pruning

Since severe winter storms are just around the corner, October is a great month to start pruning your Colorado garden. Here are a couple important tips that explain why pruning is important and how it can help your trees and shrubs make it through the winter unscathed. There are several reasons why fall is an excellent time for…

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Select the Right Trees for Your Garden

Select the Right Trees for Your Garden

Spring gets all the credit as nature’s “planting season.” Thus, many new gardeners are surprised to learn that fall is one of the best times of the year to grow trees. While it’s true that trees shed their leaves in the fall to store energy and prepare for winter, below the ground, their roots are still hard…

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The Importance of Native Trees and Shrubs

The Importance of Native Trees and Shrubs

The most beautiful and sustainable gardens always feature a variety of trees and shrubs. These plants play an important role in enhancing both a landscape’s aesthetic appeal, as well as the health of its surrounding ecosystem. Here are some special benefits of planting varieties that are well adapted to our climate. Stop soil erosion. Tree and shrub roots help keep soil in…

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Noxious Weed Prevention Tips

Noxious Weed Prevention Tips

Noxious weeds can be a serious enemy to your garden. Weed control is important all year round, but it’s especially important in the fall. This is because many weeds become more vulnerable to herbicides during this season, and any weeds left to overwinter in the garden may cause problems the following spring. Here are tips to prevent these unwelcome…

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Beautiful Garden Path Ideas

Beautiful Garden Path Ideas

Garden paths are more than just functional landscape design elements — they can alter the flow, aesthetic appeal and energy of your Colorado garden design. Indeed, a winding “natural” path has a much different visual impact than a straight line of pavers or a square-cornered path found in manicured English gardens. The following design ideas are great for creating beautiful…

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Top Perennials for Sheltered Gardens

Top Perennials for Sheltered Gardens

A shade-tolerant Colorado landscape design sounds like an oxymoron, right? For the most part, Rocky Mountain gardens need to be designed for well-draining soil, water conservation and extreme weather conditions. However, the same mountainous geography we know and love has ample north-facing slopes that enjoy more shade than sun, and your own landscape may have large trees…

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