MOTHER NATURE ISN’T WAITING FOR YOUR COLORADO BACKYARD LANDSCAPE DESIGN While humans have been ordered to Stay-at-Home, at Lifescape, we know Mother Nature isn’t waiting for our lives to get back to normal. She’s ready to go. This means we need to be ready for our front yard landscaping ideas and getting your outdoor space…Continue Reading
Color Your Landscape for Spring
Spring is (almost) here which means it’s time to turn your sights outside and plan for beautiful, colorful blooms. At Lifescape, we are well-known for our love of color, and with careful planning and care, we’re committed to making your wildest and most vibrant ideas come to life. Ready to create maximum curb appeal? Here are our top three tips.Continue Reading
How to Ensure Your Landscape Survives the Winter
During the winter months, even the hardiest of landscapes need some TLC to survive the Colorado climate. There’s more work to do this time of year than you might think. Working with an experienced horticulturist is key to avoiding potential issues that might turn into large problems once the snow melts and plants spring to life. Anyone looking to preserve and promote a healthy, thriving landscape all year…Continue Reading
Top Landscape Design Trends for 2020 and Beyond
The beginning of a new year (and in 2020, a new decade) offers a rare opportunity to reflect on what’s new, exciting, and innovative for landscape architecture. Many of 2020’s landscape design trends address important issues like climate change, sustainability, and creating space for wellness and relaxation. And, while “trend” isn’t something we always recommend…Continue Reading
Top Four Reasons to Prune Trees and Shrubs in the Winter + Pruning Tips
Winter is prime time to prune the trees and shrubs in your landscape. It may not be intuitive, but maintaining plants in the winter is one of the best ways to ensure not just beautiful buds and flowers come spring, but a long, lush plant life for years to come. Happy trees are groomed trees! …Continue Reading
It’s time to plant tulips, daffodils and other bulbs for beautiful spring color.
Making the effort to get your spring bulbs planted now will ensure you have beautiful and healthy blooms when spring comes. Tulips, daffodils, crocus plants and other bulbs need to be planted before the ground freezes so they’ll have time to establish their root systems before winter. For optimal results, prepare the soil by tilling,…Continue Reading
What to do now to prepare landscapes for these winter chills and for spring growth.
Knowledgeable property care for your landscape in the fall will help protect it during the fall and winter cold snaps and prepare it for beautiful growth in the spring. Mulching, fertilizing your turf, and pruning will keep plants and trees happy and healthy as the weather cools off. Putting down mulch in the fall protects…Continue Reading
Colorful landscape enhancements help bring in the festive fall season.
Are you ready for fall? Let Lifescape bring a fall feast of color to your landscape, porch or interior with mums, pansies, kale, pumpkins and fun holiday décor. Don’t forget about spring bulbs – we’ll be planting them soon for beautiful spring color!Continue Reading
Healthy trees can mean a healthy increase in property value.
Did you know that beautiful, healthy trees can boost your property’s value by 5 to 20%? Trees are often your landscape’s most valuable assets and increase in value as they grow and mature. They provide dramatic curb appeal and can help conserve energy by providing shade in summer and protection from winter winds. Healthy trees…Continue Reading
July is Smart Irrigation Month. Is your system Smart?
Smart irrigation technology is all about saving water. Is your irrigation system a smart, water-conserving system or could it use some updating? At Lifescape, we believe in being efficient with our resources, and in honor of Smart Irrigation Month, we encourage inspecting and updating any outdated or inefficient irrigation systems. You’ll enjoy more convenience, increased…Continue Reading