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The Green Industries of Colorado and Supportive Legislation Needs Your Help

September 08, 2016
The Green Industries of Colorado is an alliance of seven trade associates representing all facets of horticulture and landscape industries. GreenCo members are committed to water...

Metropolis – Global Cites of Tomorrow – Landscape Architects to the Rescue

September 02, 2016
What’s the future of landscape architecture design?  Designing sustainable large cities with emphasis on outdoor spaces.  Neighborhoods of the future will be built in the fashion...

2016 Annual Employee Appreciation Bar B Que

September 02, 2016
Designscapes Colorado Team It is that time of the year again.  The sun is warming, the birds are soaring and the smell of the outdoor grill is alluring.  Nothing like an employee...

Designscapes on the Green

August 31, 2016
Left to Right – Travis Sommervold, Dirk Gruber, Jim Carpenter, Reggie Cooper Designscapes employees attended the 2016 Colorado Golf Classic held by CPS Distributors, Inc. on...

Tip of the Week! Make A Pet Friendly Yard

August 26, 2016
It’s August 26 when dog lovers celebrate National Dog Day! While we’re feeling the love for man’s best friend, we should also make sure our landscapes love our pets so...

Red Idea Alley Festival

August 25, 2016
As a thank you to the amazing community of entrepreneurs, businesses, and others who help make Boulder such a great place to do business in the Natural Products industry, we’re excited...

Lettuce on the Run Means Fall

August 24, 2016
Bolting lettuce is flowering lettuce – but in a sense, that lettuce is also running away. It’s bolting from the growing season when we pick and enjoy it in our salads –...

All About the Curb Appeal

August 19, 2016
KATHLEEN LAVINE / DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL The Denver Business Journal highlighted Designscapes Colorado Owner Philip Steinhauer in their 2016 June Luxury Homes edition. This article...

Shape and Prune for Winter Protection

August 12, 2016
Heavy fall snow pushed this tree over. When we’re still hovering around the 90-degree range, it’s hard to think about the chilly days of winter when snow and winds ravage...

Tip of the Week! Time to Prune Tomatoes

August 04, 2016
Zucchini and peas are pick-able in our gardens now. But otherwise, we’re in the summer stall – waiting for the majority of our plants to ripen for the harvest. Besides watering...

Tip of the Week! Perennials That Are More Than Pretty

July 29, 2016
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...