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5 Low-Water Ferns for Colorado Landscapes

When imagining a drought-tolerant landscape, many people do not picture ferns. There is also a myth that you cannot grow ferns out west. However, you can indeed grow ferns in the west and several types do fine with little watering. Here are few of the low-water ferns that can grow in Colorado. Autumn fern: Found…

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Rabbitbrush – A Colorful Colorado Native Shrub

PlantTalk Colorado says, it’s “one of the most ornamental and useful native plants for a Colorado garden,” and Better Homes & Gardens names it one of their “Standout Plants for the Mountain West.” A shrub native to Colorado, rabbitbrush not only celebrates the natural beauty of our state but it inherently comes with a tolerance for the…

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July is Smart Irrigation Month in Colorado

July is Smart Irrigation Month here in Colorado, which means it is the perfect time to take a closer look at your landscape and watering methods. Droughts are unavoidable, but by making wise design and irrigation choices, you can keep your yard healthy while also helping to conserve water. Here are tips on how to minimize…

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Architectural Plants that thrive during Drought

Architectural Plants that thrive during Drought

The best way to describe an architectural plant is a plant that is grown to be admired for its form and foliage. As we all know, it has been pretty dry in the Denver area as well as all over the state. So finding architectural plants that thrive without much water are ideal. Lifescape wanted…

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