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Get your Shovels ready before Gardening Season

Get your Shovels ready before Gardening Season

Now that the snow has melted and the sun’s come out, if you gardeners are dying to get outside, now is your chance. The first thing you need to do is sharpen those shovels. Go in the shed and check the sharpness of your shovel because planting time is just around the corner and you’ll want…

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Pre-planning for your Spring Landscape Design

Pre-planning for your Spring Landscape Design

Even while we are in the midst of winter, Colorado, you should still be thinking ahead to your spring landscaping design. Now is the perfect time for pre-planning your spring landscape because it gives you an opportunity to list out all the features you like about your landscape and those you want to change. And…

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Important Colorado Winter Watering Tips

Important Colorado Winter Watering Tips

Because winters are dry and snow is minimal in the front range, newly planted vegetation needs supplemental water to stay alive. Irrigation systems have been turned off to prevent freezing pipes, so manually watering is necessary. This ensures plants, that have been newly planted, will survive throughout the winter.The most important plants to keep watered…

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Hardscape Projects in the Winter

Hardscape Projects in the Winter

A hardscape project is usually anything that involves: patios, driveways, front walks, walls, courtyards, fireplace, firepits and outdoor kitchens. This can be constructed with flagstone, concrete, pavers and other building materials. Whatever material you decide to use, you want to make sure it compliments the style of your home and the look of your landscape….

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Access Through Slopes: Landscape Steps and Walkways

Access Through Slopes: Landscape Steps and Walkways

When you have a home that is on a hillside or has steep slopes, you need to have access through your property to safely move to and from your gardens, outdoor pool, various outdoor rooms and etc. It’s best to have walkways and landscaping steps created through the planted areas and lawn that go around the sides of the slopes…

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The Challenge of Hillside Landscaping

The Challenge of Hillside Landscaping

If your property has a steep slope, it can absolutely be a challenge when landscaping. It’s possible that your home could be at a higher elevation with your land sloping down and away from it. Or in a different scenario, your land could be sloping toward your home, which means your home is at a low…

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Follow Lifescape Associates on Twitter!

Follow Lifescape Associates on Twitter!

Lifescape Associates hopes you and your family had a very Merry Christmas. We just wanted to remind you to visit us on Twitter! Lifescape looks forward to seeing your tweets and staying connected with all our clients, potential clients and those interested in Colorado landscaping. Come and follow Lifescape Associates on Twitter! Just click on…

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Recycling Christmas Trees in Colorado

Recycling Christmas Trees in Colorado

For anyone who’s invested in a real Christmas tree this season, it can be a hassle trying to figure out how to dispose of it. In years past, it was the norm to just toss used trees out on the curbside with the rest of the week’s trash. But today, more environmentally conscious citizens look for…

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Happy Holidays from Lifescape Associates!

Happy Holidays from Lifescape Associates!

Lifescape Associates wants to wish you and your family a very happy holiday season. After you’ve taken the time to enjoy your annual holiday feast, get the family together and take some time out to enjoy the beautiful landscaping decorations in your neighborhood or one you may know of close by. The best thing about…

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Winter Watering for your Colorado Landscaping

Winter Watering for your Colorado Landscaping

All over the state of Colorado, there has been little more than one inch of natural rainfall since early September and the warm fall didn’t help the plant life either. So this winter, tress and lawn are actually parched because they’ve been losing moisture that needs to be replaced in order for the plants to remain healthy. Here…

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