Date posted: December 3, 2019
Help the winter birds, leaving meal for them in yard. Now that your own Thanksgiving dinner is finished, consider leaving a meal for the birds in your landscape. There are many birds that overwinter in Colorado, including chickadees, juncos, crows, and the striking cedar waxwing (pictured above). Help them this winter by providing a bird... Read more »
Date posted: November 28, 2019
Here are 7 Pro Tips to manage your lawn and give it a healthy start for spring. Click “DO IT FOR ME” to request a FREE quote.
Date posted: November 26, 2019
Few things to take care if you are planning to upgrade your holiday lights. In the past, holiday lighting could be a complicated, even dangerous undertaking. But improved technology has made lighting up your landscape and home for the holidays safer and more energy-efficient. LED lights use a fraction of the energy that traditional incandescent... Read more »
Date posted: November 20, 2019
Here are a few tips to recycle your yard waste. While the word recycling may make you think of soda cans, plastic bottles, and electronics, don’t forget that recycling can happen in your landscape, too. As we’ve mentioned before, you can mulch your leaves and use them on your roses and garden beds to help... Read more »
Date posted: November 13, 2019
This guide tells “how and when” to create a beautiful lawn this November…the envy of your neighborhood… And to prepare it to survive our harsh winter, and thrive next spring. For homeowners with professional services and DIYers. 1. Fall Color Up Your Fall Wow Factor. Take your fall containers and beds a step beyond traditional mums... Read more »
Date posted: November 12, 2019
Tips that are important to protect your trees from winter damage. The general rule of thumb has been to wrap young trees in late November and remove the wrapping in April. But here in Colorado, we know that weather patterns don’t read calendars. Freeze can, and recently did, occur early in the fall. But don’t... Read more »
Date posted: November 4, 2019
Early reminder to have a plan in place to keep your sidewalks and driveways safe and here are some basics: According to some predictions, Colorado could see a colder, snowier winter this season than we’ve seen previously. This week, the Front Range got a sneak preview of a snowstorm just before Halloween, and much of... Read more »
Date posted: October 30, 2019
Here are a few tips to improve your landscape. What if we told you that you can actually improve your landscape by not bagging your leaves for trash pickup? Instead, you can mulch your leaves and leave them on the lawn. Mulched leaves will bio-degrade, providing nutrients to the grass roots, micro-organisms, and worms in... Read more »
Date posted: October 22, 2019
Bring light and heat to your outdoor space that will make it more inviting this fall. Click “DO IT FOR ME” to request a FREE quote.
Date posted: October 16, 2019
Let’s think about getting our trees ready for winter. The growing season is definitely winding down, and it’s time to take care of fall landscape chores. Hopefully you’ve already winterized your irrigation system or scheduled your sprinkler blowout. This week let’s think about getting our trees ready for winter. Prune shade trees so they will... Read more »
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