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The latest landscaping news, tips, trends, and more from your friends at All Terrain Landscaping

Chestnuts are roasting: Outdoor, heated accessories to keep your backyard warm

If the weather outside is frightful, your outdoor patio or backyard can still be delightful. Outdoor heaters, fire places and heated fans are outdoor landscape accessories that are serious Colorado weather game changers. Heated Ceiling Fans + Heaters Our favorite kind of heated outdoor fans are the ceiling type. With an extended roof covering your patio, deck, or a separate outdoor structure built by the All Terrain team, outdoor fans emit an umbrella wave of heat from above. These fans are generally electrically powered and are more ideal for smaller

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Winter Watering for your Colorado Landscape: The Should’s, Would’s, What’s, When’s & Why’s

Contrary to popular belief, watering your landscape in the winter is still crucial to the overall life and health of your property. Keeping up with a regular watering schedule during our harsh Colorado winter will help ensure the lasting life of your landscape through freezes, winds, and all of the other unexpected weather that November-April throws our way.   Why water your landscape in the winter? Although the majority of your outdoor landscape will go dormant during the winter, dormancy doesn’t mean dead- they still have some basic, metabolic functions

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5 Fall Events in Northern Colorado

Is there really any better place to be in fall than Colorado? We’ll answer for you- no. As if the leaf colors aren’t enough to keep us happy, the festive events really just make it one of the best times of the year. Don’t miss out on a single event this fall! Read up on our list of northern Colorado events that you cannot miss. Clear your calendar for: Trick or Treat Street- Downtown Greeley When: Friday, October 26 from 4-6pm Where: Downtown Greeley Downtown Greeley is ready to get

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6 Tasks to Prepare Your Yard and Landscape for Winter

We may be basking in the bliss of a Colorado fall right now, but don’t be fooled, folks – winter is lurking just around the corner. While you and I may prep for winter by loading up on canned soup and surfing through Netflix, your yard is a bit more complex. You’ve worked so hard to keep it happy and pretty throughout the summer, so please don’t abandon it now. Here are just a few ways to get your yard and landscape ready for winter: Keep on Mowing Just when

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Landscaping League: Our Fall Fantasy Football Draft Picks

Fall cleanups, sprinkler blowouts and leaves changing can only mean one thing- it’s Fantasy Football season. Now, much like the trending sporting tradition, we too have our draft picks for the top landscaping tools and products that you need on your fall cleanup league this year. First and foremost, your league needs a quarterback landscaper. Say, All Terrain Landscaping. You’re going to want a team leader when it comes to fall landscaping projects. You need someone who knows the who, what, when, where, whys of planting new vegetation, project planning

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Landscaping Hacks: 7 Tips & Tricks to Save You Time

Deciding to start a new project or maintaining an old one always comes with a few roses and thorns. When it comes to smaller landscaping projects or maintenance, there are few tricks to the trade that every homeowner should know. For seamless, late summer projects, follow these easy steps to save you a headache when working on an oasis: That heavy-duty tarp is worth it Do yourself a favor and invest in a tarp. Whether you’re moving leaves, weeds, soil or small rocks, you’re able to do so much more

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