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Spring Is In The Air!

Spring is right around the corner!

We are basking in gorgeous spring-like weather. If you’re looking to create a backyard retreat for a series of soirees, Mile High Landscaping has you covered.

These patio upgrades will make your backyard the place everyone wants to hang out.

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Come Join Us At The Colorado Home And Garden Show..

Tired of being cooped up in your house? Need the brightness of fresh blooms to cheer up your winter blues? With Spring being right around the corner that means its time for the Colorado Home and Garden show!

Stop by and see us where our team of specialists will be on hand to show you the latest ideas and trends, answer questions and share our knowledge and expertise on how to make your landscape project a success.  See you there!   Feb 24 -Mar 4

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Its Time to Water Plants

The spritz of snow we had this week is a drop in the bucket when it comes to moisture needed to keep plants healthy. This is not a time to be complacent about dry plants. We need +/- 10 inches of snowfall to equal 1 inch of moisture.

Most winters along the Front Range, there is not enough snowfall to give plants the moisture they need.

Remember, this is dry Colorado and even leafless trees and dormant lawns need winter water. This year’s exceptionally dry fall means watering is already in order.

Adding supplemental water during the fall and winter keeps roots from drying out. Plants that receive water consistently will enter the spring as healthier plants.

Did you plant new trees, shrubs or perennials this season? If so, they are likely long overdue for a good soaking if they have not been watered since the sprinklers were winterized. Plan to check soil often and water throughout the winter.

What about other plants? Any plants, if the soil is dry down to a 3-inch deep, need water.

When can you water? Anytime daytime temps are above freezing and the soil is not frozen, plants can be watered.

What about lawns? Even though lawns appear dormant, they still need supplemental water especially areas of high sun exposure which tend to suffer winter kill.

How should you water?

  • Trees and shrubs are watered most effectively with a hose and a deep-root watering device attached. Because you insert it well into the soil, you will get more water into the root zone than by simply watering the surface of the soil. Water in a circle that corresponds to the area on the ground where the tree branches end. Place the device at about 18-inch intervals as you water.
  • For lawns, use a garden hose with a sprinkler. Water long enough so that the soil is thoroughly soaked without run-off. Water sloped areas in shorter periods, but more than once so water soaks in without running off.  (Credit to ALCC)

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Modern Courtyard in Denver

Transforming this small backyard into an amazing modern outdoor living space.  Featuring a wood slat privacy screen, oversized poured concrete paver patio, custom water feature and gas fire pit.

“Mile High Landscaping transformed our small backyard into an amazing modern outdoor living space that is an extension of the inside of our home. We have added another 1,000 square feet of living to our home! The Mile High Landscaping Team was a pleasure to work with, all of their crews and subs were professional and take pride and care in their work”.

“Thank you to the Myers for the glowing 5 star review”

 

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Turning 3d Renderings into Built Projects

Our motto, “Transforming the Everyday into the Extraordinary”, is a reflection of the complex and impeccable work we do every day. Our team is constantly pushing the limits in design and construction to create one of a kind projects for our clients.

As our projects have become increasingly more complex and unique we have relied on 3d renderings to portrait our design intent to clients and even our team of fabricators. We have found it to be a great tool for not only showing our design intent but also as a way to help the client experience the space before it is built.

 We have found great reward in seeing our concept models turn into built projects!

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