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Decorating your landscape for fall

Decorating Your Landscape for Fall

As summer fades away and the leaves start to fall, we know that fall is here. That means it is time to transition your landscape from summer to fall. Here are a few ways that you can achieve this: Rotate your Flowers & Add a Wreath Be sure to rotate out your summer flowers and […]

5 Things to Do with the Leaves You Just Raked

5 Things to Do with the Leaves You Just Raked

With that late August heat wave coming through, it’s hard to believe that fall is just around the corner. Say goodbye to sunbathing on the patio, and say hello to raking leaves and pumpkin decorating. While many of us are less than enthused to spend a fall afternoon raking up dead leaves, we do have […]

boulder rocks in landscape design

9 of the Most Popular Colorado Landscape Additions

You could say that Coloradans have their own unique culture – the state is full of craft beer drinking, bike riding, jeans sporting, trail hiking and overall friendly folks. From our perspective, Colorado landscaping has its own culture as well. Here are a few popular landscaping additions that we often see in Colorado yards and […]

What is Evapotranspiration?

What is Evapotranspiration and Why is it Important?

You may know us as your go-to landscaping guys, but just for this article, we’re going to put on another hat and be your go-to science guys. Today, we’d like to discuss a little-known concept that affects anyone with a yard, farm or anything in between: Evapotranspiration. Evapotranspiration, or ET as we’re going to call […]

5 Ideas to Jazz Up Your Outdoor Space with Lights

A landscape with no lighting is like a Christmas tree with no decorations – nice and all but missing some serious bling. If you’re looking for a way to jazz up your external living space and add the “WOW factor,” check out these outdoor lighting ideas to incorporate into your landscape: Start with Practicality If […]

7 Times to use artificial turf vs grass in your lawn

7 Times to Use Artificial Turf in Your Yard

It’s a gorgeous summer afternoon and you are headed to your friend’s annual BBQ. Upon arrival, you immediately notice how lovely their lawn looks. After a few minutes of marveling, your friend tells you two words that really resonate: “it’s fake”. In recent years, the use of artificial turf has gained recognition for being eco-friendly, […]

Habitat Heroes Project to Benefit Sister Mary Alice Murphy Center for Hope

Habitat Heroes Project – Murphy Center for Hope

All Terrain Participates in Habitat Heroes Project to Benefit Sister Mary Alice Murphy Center for Hope At All Terrain, you know we get excited about sprinklers and sod, flowers and fountains, patios and ponds – the list goes on. But what really makes us tick is giving back to our stellar northern Colorado community! We […]

wooden fence for privacy

6 Ways to Add Privacy to Your Yard

You love your neighbors, but there are a time and a place for neighborly interactions. Block BBQs and pool parties are a-okay for chumming it up with the couple next door, but you may want a bit more seclusion when unwinding from a long day at work. Here are just a few ways to add […]

3 TIPS FOR WATERING YOUR LAWN IN COLORADO

3 Tips for Watering Your Grass in Colorado

We all know that Colorado weather can be a bit fickle, to say the least, as exhibited by our recent mid-May blizzard. Between the 100 degree days, sporadic snowflakes and occasional tornado warnings, it’s enough to leave any Coloradan staring out the window in bewilderment. While we can’t predict the weather for you, we can […]

How to Install and Care for Sod

How to Install and Care for Sod

  With Earth Day in our rearview and Mother’s Day just around the corner, it’s safe to say that we have landed smack dab in the middle of sodding season. If you just moved into your dream home or your lawn could use a little TLC, then sod might just be the answer. Here are […]