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Denver Wintertime Watering

Posted by on 9:37 pm in Irrigation | 0 comments

Denver Wintertime Watering

Denver home owners, just a quick reminder to get the hoses out on warmer days where the temperatures reach +50deg and water your landscape.  Even though your perennials and vines may not be visible, the roots are still alive and need water to maintain a healthy status throughout the wintertime. Your trees, shrubs and lawn areas will need this necessary step as well. Due to our low relative humidity and higher altitude, a good portion of the snowfall that we receive will evaporate on sunny days and will not be available to our landscapes. For...

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It’s Wintertime, Plan Now for Summer

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It’s Wintertime, Plan Now for Summer

With snow in the weather forecast and spring around the corner along the Front Range, it’s never too late to start creating landscape plans for the summer.  Now is a great time to think about changes you’d like to make to your landscape and for you to envision how you’d like to enjoy your landscape for personal or entertainment uses. Take a stroll outside and carefully look at your property.  Are you happy with your outdoor living spaces? Does the circulation and plan flow easily from one use area to another? Would you like...

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Ornamental Grass Pruning Times

Posted by on 12:13 am in Pruning, Winterization | 0 comments

Ornamental Grass Pruning Times

Ornamental grasses are popular in landscapes because they have many desirable characteristics that last through the seasons. They are frequently used for their nice soft green vertical nature in the spring and summertime. Many people like them for the showy seed head plumes throughout the summer and into fall. During winter, most homeowners leave their dried grasses as they provide a variant winter contrast against the blanket of snow. However, in the late winter/ early spring they can look pretty damaged from the snow accumulation and winter...

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Current Maintenance Plan – Denver Landscapes

Posted by on 12:01 am in Winterization | 0 comments

Current Maintenance Plan – Denver Landscapes

With the current warming trend that continues through the month of January, you want to make sure that your Denver landscape, including your perennials, shrubs and trees are getting enough moisture. At the end of 2012, our plants went into dormancy with a little added stress from the hot summer and lack of moisture. As the drought continues, your landscape needs YOU to maintain a healthy and disease free garden. Some watering tips: Make sure the ground is not frozen and that the air temperature is at least 40 deg. Use garden hoses with a...

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