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We this found this article from Veranda written by Lauren Wick and had to share one this International Women's Day.

We recognize women in leadership and design and love the ideas mentioned and although Colorado was not highlighted in the article these ideas and concepts can be applied in your next landscaping project, click to start the process:

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Before you start your landscaping project and start thinking about what kind of flagstone or color and style of pavers you want, consider the needs of the birds as you think about your design. These little creatures are a true sign of a healthy landscape.

Did you know there are loads of local resources available for you to learn how to attract wildlife and create a habitat for birds? Visit your local bird store for starters or the National Wildlife Federation, your local library or Colorado State University Extension Service.

For best results start by creating planting areas that include a range of sizes and densities. Another idea is establishing a source of water and including native grass and other ornamental plant species.

It's easy to get caught up in the other landscape planning details because there are so many to consider. Learn about our process - it is easy and simple to start. Our design team prides themselves on creative ideas and considerations you may not have thought of. In the end, saving you time, effort and money.

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