It’s the number one question landscapers receive in the cold winter months, “Can I landscape in winter?” Perhaps you have recently moved into a new home, or the summer simply got away from you. Whatever the reason, the answer is YES! Read on to learn more about what you can accomplish in your yard this winter.
Winter is Prime Time to Plan Your Landscape
In order to get an early jump on your dream landscape in spring, consider consulting with a landscape designer during winter. Waiting until spring to begin the process often leads to increased wait times between the design and final installation of your project. Need a dose of inspiration to aid in planning your landscape? Check out our Pinterest pages! Continue reading Can I Landscape in Winter in Colorado?
The holiday season is here again, and there is no better way to celebrate than to take a Christmas lights tour around Colorado Springs! We’ve updated our guide of must-see areas, businesses and homes that have fantastic Christmas lights. We’ve also highlighted some hot cocoa & coffee stops along the way so you can stay cozy while you browse, and have included a playlist of all the best Christmas music to enjoy while you drive.
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When you think of a zen garden, you probably think of a large Japanese garden tucked away somewhere in the mountains. Well, at Timberline Landscaping we love opportunities to break outside of the norm and shake things up a bit! We decided to take on the challenge of landscaping a zen garden in Colorado, but not without a few adaptations to accommodate the dry climate. Traditional Japanese Zen gardens have certain elements that are “required” in order to qualify as a Zen garden.
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There are many things that can tie into your brand as a company: logo colors, company dress code, the website/social media pages, and your landscaping….wait, did you read that right? Yes, you did! The landscaping on your commercial property can say a lot about a company. In fact, the landscape is often the first impression of your business when customers arrive. So, how do you go about landscaping to reflect your brand? We have a few tips to help get you started!
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The 39th U.S. Senior Open has come to town and Timberline Landscaping was fortunate enough to receive the opportunity to complete the landscape design and install for the tournament! The U.S. Senior Open is being hosted at The Broadmoor beginning June 25th through July 1st, 2018.
This year, our focus was on the main tent area, including the merchandise, Lexus, Jr. tent, first aid and concession tents with plant material generously donated from Harding Nursery. The landscape design features hydrangeas, maple trees, upright junipers and several other varieties of beautiful plants and trees. Continue reading Landscaping the 39th U.S. Senior Open at The Broadmoor
Timberline Landscaping is proud to have done construction on the following trails. We put together this guide to help you plan your next hiking or biking journey! Refer to the Colorado Springs Trails Guide infographic below for trail details, difficulty and pet regulations, and refer to the map below for directions to your trail of choice. Keep in mind that each trail has different hours of operation, so please refer to the “Learn More” links provided in the infographic for that information.
For more information about our trail building across Colorado Springs, see our Trails page!
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When you think of the word pollinator, what comes to mind? Typically, your answer would be bees and you are correct! Colorado has 946 species of native bees, which is more than the whole eastern U.S. combined where only 803 species are known. Our state has such a high population of bee species because we have diverse habitats and regional climates within the state that are associated with changes in elevation, longitude and latitude. Colorado is very fortunate to have so many different bee species, however, we also have more than just bees that act as pollinators. Continue reading Colorado’s Native Pollinators
As the Colorado Springs weather begins to warm up and the plants start to turn green, spending time outdoors becomes more and more top-of-mind. Parks are great places to spend time outdoors–you can run, hike, picnic, and spend time with your children and family members. Continue reading Colorado Springs Park Guide
So, you want to begin a landscaping project in Colorado. How exciting! You are in for the ride of your life with this little home improvement project! Although all of those HGTV home improvement shows make it seem easy, landscaping is more than just picking out a few pretty plants and bushes and implanting them in their new permanent home. Landscaping in Colorado can be a tricky ordeal that takes some consideration and planning.
Colorado has many different climates thrown into one beautiful state. Colorado is made up of mountains, foothills, high plains, and desert lands, all which are affected differently based on what mountains and valleys surround the area. There are three important things you should know before you begin your Colorado landscaping project. Continue reading 3 Important Things You Should Know Before You Landscape in Colorado
For the students at Falcon High School in Colorado Springs, learning the ins and outs of landscaping and irrigation starts in the classroom. For the past several years, Timberline and the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado (ALCC) have worked with David Kranz, agriculture teacher from Falcon High School, to help formulate the Intro to Landscape and Irrigation course curriculum.
In addition to launching the course, Timberline has also launched six internships to support the program and give the students real-world experiences.
About the Program
The purpose of the Intro to Landscape and Irrigation course curriculum is for students to learn landscape and design skills in the classroom, and then provide the students with real-world experience via internships. David Kranz, the Career and Tech Ed (CTE) instructor who helped launch the initiative along with the ALCC and Timberline at Falcon High School, saw the value in the program from the start. Continue reading Timberline Partners with Local High School to Create Intro to Landscape and Irrigation Curriculum