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Tip of the Week! Perennials That Are More Than Pretty

In the heat of the summer, we’re very aware that some plants take the heat better than others – and that some need more water than others to stay perky. Mother Nature reminds us through soaring temps that we need … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week! 3 Smart Ways to Cut Summer Water Bills

If you have a typical Colorado household, you expect your water bill to go up in the summer. With much of Colorado still hovering in the 90s, the heat wave drives up water used for showers, washing clothes and keeping … Continue reading

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Tip of the Week! How to Get Your Lawn Through The Heat Wave

We’re in the middle of another long stint of 90+ degree days and many lawns are definitely showing signs of stress. But before you pour on more water, make sure you are not already over-watering your lawn. As many landscape … Continue reading

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Tip of The Week! Mulch is Good for Your Landscape

As the Front Range heads into the first heat wave of the season, we know our plants will be thirstier and of course, we’ll be watering them more. When we crank up the water, we should also be thinking of … Continue reading

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Colorado Edibles & Medicinal

Colorado has some of the best varieties of plant “super food” edibles and medicinal known to nature growing in our own back yard.  After extensive studies it has been proven that wild plants have a substantially higher range of nutritional … Continue reading

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Which Lawn Care Myths Do You Believe?

What Americans think they know – and really don’t know – about lawn care might surprise you. Up to 64% of Americans who have a landscape believe faulty information about lawn care. And since about 81% of us do most … Continue reading

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Protect Plants During the Weekend Storm

Today’s spring beauty may be gone tomorrow. A major spring snowstorm is on the way to Colorado’s Front Range and this is not welcome news if you love your landscape. Spring snows are wet and clingy.  Rather than powdery flakes … Continue reading

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Bright Ideas with Outdoor Lighting

You’ve trimmed and pruned all your plantings, aerated your lawn, installed all the new age landscape features known to man and now what??  You’ve worked diligently to cultivate and refine your magnificent landscape so there is no reason why it should be masked … Continue reading

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Snow & Wind Can Devastate Trees

SNAP!   That’s often the only noise we hear outside in the quite of heavy-falling snow.  It’s the sad sound of a tree branch breaking or worse yet, the side of a tree splitting and falling over.   This is … Continue reading

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