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Safe holiday decorating

Live plants are a beautiful addition to your holiday décor. Wreaths of evergreen, eucalyptus, or herbs add a touch of nature and fragrance to your home, and the scent of a fresh evergreen tree really adds to the Christmas ambiance.

Best of NoCO 2022 Winner

A great big THANK YOU to all who voted for us to win Best of NOCO 2022. We won in both landscape categories this year; Best Landscape Design & Installation, and Best Lawn Service. We are extreemly grateful to our staff and clients for their loyalty, we could not do this without you.

Protect your lawn when it snows

It is that time of the year again, the snow has started. But when you break out the shovel do you ever forget where your walkway or your driveway ends, and your lawn begins? It is important to protect your lawn against winter. Lawn care is still needed during the winter months.

Lawn tips for November

Here's your November lawn care 'to do' list:

Garden indoors this winter

The backyard garden may be finished for the season, but you can keep your green thumb in shape with an indoor herb garden this fall and winter.

Did you plant bulbs yet?

If you haven’t planted bulbs yet for next spring, there may still be time. Planting now gives them time to develop roots before the ground freezes. It's an easy project as long as you know a few things to do - and not do - when planting.

Ready for frost?

If you haven’t yet winterized your sprinkler system - it's that time - or call a professional to get on their schedule soon. Hard freezes typically involve temps at 28 degrees or below for a minimum of 4 hours. A frost can occur at or below the freezing mark of 32 degrees if the humidity is high.

Compost your yard waste

As the growing season winds down and you prepare your landscape for winter, you may find yourself with a lot of yard waste. Instead of bagging it and tossing it into the garbage, why not make that yard waste continue to benefit your plants by composting?

Fall turf care

Lawns help cool our environment and make our backyards more enjoyable in the warm months. Through spring and summer—especially this year—they can be the focus of our outdoor activities. As we head into fall, take some time to change up your lawncare routine to help it continue to serve us well next year.

Plant in Fall. Enjoy in Spring!

Plant fall bulbs now for spring color. The fall months, specifically September and October, are the best times to plant bulbs for a colorful display next spring. To break out of their dormant state, bulbs need 12 - 14 weeks of cold temperatures (below 45 degrees).

Freshen up those tired looking flower pots for fall

It seems like summer does not want to end, but it is going to be fall in 6 days. Everyone likes to decorate their porch or patio for fall. Freshen up those tired looking pots!

Plant trees correctly

As long as you are planting a tree correctly, now is a great time to add a new tree to your landscape!

Keep watering

Fall may be approaching but keep your sprinkler system operating as it has all summer. Watch the weather as the temperatures may drop here and there - this is a good opportunity to take a day or two off from watering, just don't forget to turn it back on when it heats up again.

Water your trees

We see a lot of people watering their lawns right now but they are missing the most important, most expensive and biggest asset of their yards: their trees!

Late summer landscape

It's getting late in the season. There are only 28 days until fall. Spring and fall remain full of landscaping tasks, but there are plenty of ways to spruce up your lawn and garden as the summer ends.

Extend your evenings with landscape lighting

With days getting shorter, now is a great time to be thinking about how lighting can help you make the most of your yard.

Continue to learn about new plants - changing your landscape

Flower breeding companies put in years of time and money into coming up with new plant varieties, new colors, and new plant traits.

Identify problems and protect the trees

Learn what is damaging your tree, and how to stop it. Distinguish between plant damage brought on by diseases, insects, or a nutrient deficiency. Learn to identify these pests and how to protect the trees.

Manage Japanese beetles

Japanese beetles have descended upon many Front Range communities.

Monitor and improve efficiency of your landscape irrigation systems

How to Determine the efficiency of your sprinkler system

Time for a mid-summer makeover

Now is a good time to refresh garden areas, as some annuals have likely begun to fade. Choose some perennials that will tolerate the hot days still ahead and bring color to your garden for the rest of the growing season.

Helping plants through a heat wave and saving water at the same time

Even in our high plain's region, the higher the normal heat, dryness, and extreme temperature swings of our summers can cause stress and potential damage to the garden.

Don't let your yard sparkle

A favorite family activity each 4th of July may be to have a sparkler and write something in the sky!

Pollinator Waterers and Shelters

Pollinators need sources of water for many purposes, including drinking. Butterflies, for example will gather and sip at shallow pools, mud puddles or even birdbaths. You can easily create one of these water sources in your landscapes.

Check out the recent Redfin article we were featured in:

Kick-off your summer plans with a project destined to elevate your home - an outdoor bar. With its endless possibilities, an outdoor bar can be as elaborate or simple as your budget allows.

Fireproof your landscape

Homeowners need to know how landscaping can help protect their homes. Planting and maintaining a "defensible space" of landscape is more difficult to ignite, can offer significant fire protection.

Give your sprinkler system a tune-up

Much like any appliance in your home, sprinkler systems need a tune-up.

Use a drip system to water the plants in your landscape

Why use drip irrigation? Drip irrigation systems save water by controlling a slow drip to the roots of the plants.

It is planting season - plant "smart" trees

The ground is warm, we shouldn't have any more freezes (fingers crossed), sprinkler systems are turned on and nurseries are getting truck deliveries of new plants daily. Now is a great time to visit your local nursery or garden center and check out some of springs best "smart" plants.

Give grass a little tough love

This time of the year is a critical time for your grass; spring is when grass grows its feeder roots that capture water all season long. Resist the urge to over water your lawn.

Freeze protection

Weekend freeze: prep now
With the weekend forecast calling for freezing temps, be prepared to protect your irrigation systems and tender plants.

Invite beneficial bugs to your yard

There are those of us who don’t relish contact with insects and worms while working in the yard, but many of them are actually quite beneficial.

Plants for Mom - Mother's Day living gifts

A living gift is a great idea for Mother's Day. Whether she lives in an apartment or in a house with a big yard, there is a plant for every mom.

Dealing with wind damage

Last week was certainly a windy one! The part of your landscape that can take the most wind damage is also one of the most important—your trees.

Seven lawn care myths dispelled

Don't be fooled - April is National Lawn Care Month, and below we dispel some of the common myths about lawn care so you can get your yard off to the best start this season:

Is your yard ready to party?

The outdoor entertainment season is just a few weeks away. If you have a grad party, wedding or other outdoor event coming up in May, now is the time to get your lawn into shape (so you’re not rushing around two weeks in advance). That’s why April is National Lawn Care Month.

Need spring color now?

Plant some pansies. After recent snows gave them a dose of moisture, and with temperatures heating up along the Front Range, some early spring bulbs are hinting at the color to come. Crocuses, hyacinths and even some daffodils and tulips are showing their faces.

Get veggie season growing!

It's not just a fad to grow your own veggies. Growing vegetables that can go from garden to the table in a matter of minutes is a solid trend. Even restaurants are establishing their own gardens, and for good reason. Growing your own veggies gives the freshest flavor possible and eliminates the chance of consuming any unsavory pesticides.

Too soon to plant perennials?

It's all too easy to go into a warehouse or hardware store right now, see a bare root perennial display and find yourself walking out with Echinacea, daisies and others in anticipation of spring. These kind of perennials do grow well in Colorado, but is it too early to plant them now?

Now is the time to think firewise

Don’t let fires take you by surprise

More snow is on the way

Springtime in the Rockies is usually a roller-coaster ride of nice days with warmer temps and colder days that bring heavy snows.

Why care about dirt?

Not all soil is created equal. Soil serves many important functions in an ecosystem. Whether it is in your landscape or an indoor pot, soil is the medium for your plants to thrive. USDA’s National Resources Conservation Services notes that high quality soil performs five functions at the same time: Soil...

Now's the perfect time to compost, even with some snow

With the weekend looking warmer, don’t just daydream about the tomato-growing days to come. Get out there and pitch some compost over the garden. Even if there’s snow on the ground, you can still toss away – your spring tomatoes will thank you later.

It's Not Too Soon to Buy Seeds

Yes, there’s plenty of snow on the ground, but it’s not too early to think about this year’s garden.

Hold the Salt to Protect Your Yard

With all the recent snow and sub-zero temperatures, ‘tis the time for scooping and sprinkling sidewalks with ice melt.
What many homeowners don’t know, however, is that most ice melt materials contain large amounts of salt. This can be very harmful to the plants in your yard.

2022 plants of the year

Each year, the National Garden Bureau (NGB) chooses its plants of the year in several categories: annuals, perennials, bulbs, shrubs, and edible plants. This year they also added a houseplant to the roster.

Best of Northern Colorado

Thanks for voting us the best landscape design/build company in Northern Colorado, again.

Wildlife in your landscape

Did you know that your landscape can support wildlife?

Gifts for the plant lover

Last Sunday was National Poinsettia Day. Poinsettias are a great gift for this time of year.

Decorate planters for winter

If you’ve got some big planters in your landscape, they don’t have to stay empty and boring this winter.

Appreciate your Landscape

Over the last couple of years, many of us have spent more time than ever in our yards. When you were giving thanks last week, we hope that you spent a moment appreciating all that your landscape does for you.

Water your landscape

The Front Range continues to experience drought conditions. To avoid winter drought stress, we need to water our landscapes.

Company Christmas Party!!

Last week we celebrated Christmas with an amazing party at Ginger & Baker

Time for tool care

Are your garden tools ready for winter? Take some time now to clean them up and protect them from the elements. You’ll thank yourself next spring when they are ready and waiting when it’s time to get into the garden again.

Do your trees need a blanket?

Were you one of the many people who planted new trees during the pandemic? If you’ve got a young tree with thin bark, you should consider wrapping it for the winter.

Did you plant bulbs yet?

If you haven’t planted bulbs yet for next spring, there may still be time.

Care for your trees

It takes a little effort to help your landscape ease into the fall and winter.

Compost now for spring

If you took a cue from last week’s tip and mulched your leaves, you might have some extra leaf mulch in your yard. Or maybe you cleaned up your garden and have some plant material left over. You can turn those piles of yard waste into “black gold” by composting them for use next spring.

Mulch your leaves

Don’t hurt your back bagging leaves. There’s a better way--you might even be able to avoid raking altogether

Stay out later

Imagine yourself relaxing on the terrace with a mug of tea or apple cider as you enjoy the cooler nights of autumn in Colorado.

Get ready for fall

It’s a good time to put in some work to help your landscape stay healthy as it heads into dormancy for the winter. It's still warm, but autumn begins next week and we look forward to cooler days ahead. A little care now will help make your lawn hardier so that it will return next spring as vibrant as ever.

Time for a color change

Last week we talked about planting now for next spring. If you want some seasonal color now, try a fall-themed container garden.

Add more plants

The hottest days of the summer are over, and things should be cooling down soon. It’s a good time to add plants to our landscapes.

Pet-friendly landscapes

Last week we had National Dog Day--a good time to think about how to keep our four-legged friends safe while maintaining our landscapes.

Start late-season crops now

Want your harvest to continue into the fall? Start some leafy greens, herbs, broccoli and root crops now.

Heat and smoky skies continue

Record-breaking high temperatures aren’t the best conditions for growing vegetables. The heat, and smoke from wildfires, aren’t good for the gardener, either. Take care of your garden and yourself with these tips.

Battle the Bugs

Recent hot days and precipitation are a perfect combination for insects in our gardens and landscapes. Keep an eye on your garden, especially edible plants, and act on pests as soon as you spot them.

It's good to be a drip

When your faucet drips, it wastes water. But when your irrigation drips, it could be using water wisely. Drip irrigation uses a low pressure, low volume method of applying water directly to the base of plants or at the roots.

Lose the Lawn Bag

Emptying your grass catcher can be a hot, messy job in the heat of summer. Save yourself the work and improve your landscape in the process by grasscycling. Leaving your grass clippings on the lawn helps return nutrients to the soil and reduce evaporation from the soil.

Save water, save money

Water-efficient sprinklers, smart controllers, and low-maintenance plants help you conserve water and save time on maintaining your landscape. Using less water can save you money, too, after the initial investment. You may also be eligible for rebates to offset that initial investment as well.

The Heat is On

The Front Range is hot right now, and your plants might be feeling it a little too much. Here are a few tips for helping your landscape cope with high temperatures and sun.

Slower is smarter

Smart technology can help you save money, conserve water, and keep your landscape looking great. As we kick off Smart Irrigation Month, we’ve got a tip for using technology to do just that: water slowly.

Try native grasses

Turf serves an important purpose: it provides recreation areas for adults, kids, and pets alike. But native grasses bring a character all their own, with the added bonus of being low-water and low-maintenance once established. Ornamental grasses can also provide height, varying texture, movement, and year-round interest. Consider adding them to your landscape this year.

Bees get thirsty too

This week is Pollinator Week, when we celebrate all that the many types of pollinators—bees, butterflies, birds, bats, flies and more—do for us. It’s a good time to think of ways you can support your local pollinators. Remember that when it’s hot outside, pollinators get thirsty too.

Cycle and soak

As temperatures rise, you may be tempted to run your sprinkler longer. But resist that temptation, and instead practice cycle-and-soak watering. It’s an efficient way to keep your landscape healthy and be sure that none of your watering goes to waste.

Five benefits of mulch

One way to save water and dress up the landscape in the process is to top dress bed areas with mulch. And there is nothing better to use than fresh, 100% organic wood mulch.

Plant some sunshine

There’s still time to plant some sunflowers in your landscape. The National Garden Bureau named 2021 the Year of the Sunflower, and with good reason. This cheerful plant is always a popular cut flower, and it’s rather easy to grow.

Prep for hail

Late spring is hail season in Colorado. It's good to know what precautions you can take ahead of time and what you can do for plants after hail has dealt its blows.

Keep weeds in check

What is a weed? It’s any plant that grows where we don’t want it. Often they are non-native, potentially invasive plants that can outgrow and crowd out the plants we put in our landscape on purpose.

Give a gift that lives on

Cut flowers fade and die soon after gifting them. Why not give Mom—or any special person in your life—a gift that will give them joy for more than a week?

Train your turf

A little tough love now will benefit your lawn throughout the growing season. Springtime is when grass grows its feeder roots that will capture water all season long. Later it will grow more blades, then store nutrients for winter.

Order bugs to control weeds

Bindweed might look like a miniature version of morning glory, but it is a nuisance that seems like it can take over a garden almost overnight. It is very difficult to control once established in your landscape.

Avoid these 5 lawn care mistakes

A healthy lawn not only looks great, but it can prevent erosion, cool the local environment and filter pollutants from air and water. To enjoy all of those benefits, avoid these five mistakes.

Need spring color right now?

After recent snows gave them a dose of moisture, and with temperatures heating up along the Front Range, early spring bulbs are popping up in landscapes and giving us a hint of the color to come. Crocuses, hyacinths, even some daffodils and tulips can be spotted in gardens and flower beds.

Get ready for the growing season

Itching to get out and work in the yard? Planting time really is just around the corner. While you wait until the threat of freeze is over, there are plenty of ways to prepare for the growing season.

Ergonomic gardening

Gardening and landscape care can be a healthy hobby that helps us get outdoors and moving around. But proper form is important to avoid discomfort or injury.

Sustainable landscapes

It’s too early to start planting, but it's a good time to make a plan for a successful landscape this year. Recent heavy snowfall was much-needed, but it has not eliminated drought in the state, so be sure that your landscape plans are strategic and water-wise.

Spring Blizzard 2021

Northern Colorado had a Blizzard this week that dropped up to 30" of snow in Northern Colorado.

HGTV Award Finalist

HGTV Ultimate Outdoor Awards Finalist. VOTE FOR US!!

Protecting plants from heavy snowfall

It’s still winter—spring officially begins March 20—and heavy snowfall predicted this weekend is a reminder that despite the change in season, March is historically Colorado’s snowiest month.

Children benefit from gardening

Children who grow their own vegetables are five times more likely to eat them, according to a 2015 study.

Ice melt safety

Snow and ice can wreak havoc on our sidewalks and pathways, but responsible use of ice melt is important for people, plants, and pets.

Plan now for spring

After the recent deep freeze, it’s hard to believe that spring is just a month away. While you’re staying warm indoors, it’s a good time to plan your landscape for warmer months. Demand is high and we are already booking up, so get on our calendars now.

Protect Your Plants

When the forecast predicts overnight temperatures in the single digits, are your plants protected?

January Employee Photo of the Month

January's landscape photo submissions

Soil is more than dirt

If you’re building a house, you need a solid foundation. The same goes for building a landscape. Soil serves as the foundation, so it pays to focus on creating a quality foundation if you want a healthy landscape.

Know your zone

It’s often said that the key to successful, sustainable plants is putting the right plant in the right place. But first, you need to know your place. That begins by learning your hardiness zone while you plan your landscape.

Your trees are thirsty

Trees are one of the most valuable assets in a landscape. With ongoing drought in Colorado, winter watering is more important than ever to preserve your investment. It’s a good rule of thumb to water your trees twice per month in winter.

Order now for spring

Winter officially began just a few weeks ago, but it’s already time to think about what you want in your garden this summer.

Winter Lawn Care

Dry conditions across Colorado mean you’ll need to drag out the hose and sprinkler and water your landscape this winter.

Plants of the year

The National Garden Bureau once again chose five plants of the year.

Winter plant care

Plants are a great living gift during the holidays. Be sure you know how to adjust indoor plant care during the winter, and your houseplants will keep bringing you joy well into the new year.

Safe holiday decorating

Live plants are a beautiful addition to your holiday décor. Wreaths of evergreen, eucalyptus, or herbs add a touch of nature and fragrance to your home, and the scent of a fresh evergreen tree really adds to the Christmas ambiance.

Trendy color for your landscape

This week, Pantone® announced that it had chosen two colors for 2021 Color of the Year. Pantone chose them as colors of a solid foundation (Ultimate Gray, reminiscent of rock or concrete) and of cheerfulness and hope (Illuminating’s sunny yellow).

Safe holiday lighting

Some households are celebrating the end of a challenging year by putting on spectacular light displays for the holidays. If you’re planning your own holiday light show, keep safety in mind.

Repurpose before you compost

Before you go shopping for holiday bric-a-brac, check out what Mother Nature has left in your yard.

Gardening indoors

The backyard garden may be finished for the season, but you can keep your green thumb in shape with an indoor herb garden this fall and winter.

Wrap and water your trees

November is a good time to think about wrapping your vulnerable trees for the winter. If you planted a new tree this fall or have a young tree in your landscape, wrapping it can protect your trees from winter damage.

Water by the thermometer, not the calendar

Fall is a critical time for lawn care and moisture.

Prepare for snow

Along the Front Range, snow is in the weekend forecast. We’ve already seen temperatures dipping pretty low at night this week, so you should already have prepared your irrigation system.

Did you plant spring bulbs yet?

This fall’s mild temperatures give us an opportunity to plant now for a beautiful landscape next year. It’s a good time to get bulbs into the ground for spring color.

Turn on the lights

The days are getting shorter, but it’s still warm enough to enjoy our outdoor living areas. Fewer hours of daylight shouldn’t keep you from enjoying your landscape. Outdoor lighting can keep the party going and allow you to spend quality time on your patio through the fall.

Compost your yard waste

As the growing season winds down and you prepare your landscape for winter, you may find yourself with a lot of yard waste. Instead of bagging it and tossing it into the garbage, why not make that yard waste continue to benefit your plants by composting?

Plant pansies now

Our days may still be hot, but autumn is officially here. Fall is a good time to plant, but for fall color it’s best to choose plants that can withstand a chill.

Fall turf care

As we head into fall, take some time to change up your lawncare routine to help it continue to serve you well next year.

DIY fall color

You can still add some color and style to your landscape with fall containers

Gardening season isn't over yet

Despite the extremely cold temperatures in the forecast over the next 48 hours, gardening isn't over yet.

Are you taking landscape progress notes?

Taking Notes About Your Landscape Can Pay Off Next Season.

Care For Thirsty Trees

Trees are also the most expensive plant investment in our yards and consequently, the most expensive to replace.

Are your vegetables too hot?

This growing season has had more than its share of heat-filled days. Super-hot days don't always grow the best veggies.

Protect your turf and leaves

Japanese beetles have descended upon many Front Range communities.

Mid-summer makeover

Now is a good time to refresh garden areas, as some annuals have likely begun to fade.

Lawn care in a heat wave

Do this before adding water to your brown spots.

Trust the locals

Native plants might be the best planting solution with our challenging weather.

Mid-summer garden check-up

Tips on garden maintenance

Vote For Us for Best of NOCO 2020!

We have been nominated and need your vote.

Be smart about outdoor water use

The Irrigation Association offers these tips in using tech to save water while keeping your landscape healthy

Do's and don'ts during a heat wave

We’ve had some hot days lately, and with more heat in the forecast, we need to keep our edible gardens healthy.

Make a place for pollinators

Why are Pollinators important and what pollinators should you choose for your landscape.

Is Your Lawn Stressed?

Follow these steps before you increase water on your stressed lawn.

Pretty perennials are easy and reliable

Let’s discuss the benefits of water-wise perennials

Beautiful, water-efficient annuals

Here are some tips to make annuals easy

Invite the right insects to your yard

There are many bugs that are beneficial to your landscape

Five steps to garden care

Follow these steps once you have planted your garden

Mother's Day living gifts

A living gift is a great idea for Mother's Day

Keep Gardening Simple

Successful gardening doesn’t have to be complicated or exotic

Give grass some tough love

Avoid the Tempation to Over Water in the Spring

Plant a Tree This Spring

Spring is a great time to think about planting new trees. It gives them a long growing season to get settled into their new home.

Dealing With Spring Snow

What can we do before and after a spring snow to protect our landscape?

Ready to Garden

Get your plans in place to start your garden, but dont plant yet.

Landscaping is Essential

Landscaping and lawn care are considered essential businesses.

Ten Years With Adam

Today Adam has been part of our team for 10 years.

Bringing joy during uncertain times

Brightening a day during the COVID-19 outbreak

COVID-19 Update

Lindgren Landscape Business update on the Coronavirus

Best of NOCO Style 2019

Thanks to Northern Colorado for voting us "Best Landscape Design & Installation" company again this year.

Jamie's twins have arrived

Lindgren Landscape has welcomed 2 new members to the team recently.

On-line reviews

Check out this article we contributed too.

Lindgren Landscape made NoCo Style Best of 2018

"Thank You" to Northern Colorado for voting Lindgren Landscape Best of NOCO 2018

Hardscape Magazine

Lindgren Landscape is featured in Hardscape Magazine this month

Turf Magazine Article on Lindgren Landscape

Article written about one of our award winning projects.

Young Life Golf Tournament

Our design team played in the Young Life golf tournament at Harmony Club again this year. Check out some pictures from the event

HGTV Editors' Choice Award.

Lindgren Landscape wins HGTV award

HGTV Finalist

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Employment Open House

Come join us for an employment open house

HNA Award

Lindgren wins Hardscape North America award

Lindgren Snow Summit

Training our team on snow equipment before the snow season hits

Portfolio Photography

Photographing one of our award winning projects

Celebrating 10 Years with Scott

"Thank You" Scott for 10 great years so far.

Denver Life Magazine

Read this article featuring one of our projects.

ALCC Facility Tour Lindgren Landscape

The Southern Chapter of ALCC joined us for a facility tour.

Colorado's Largest Belgard Paver Display

We now have the largest Belgard display in Northern Colorado

Lindgren Shares in Day of Service

Day of Service with ALCC

Lindgren Landscapes' 2nd Annual Hiring Open House

Join our open house.

Lindgren Landscape Makes the Cover of Style Magazine

Check out our design team on the cover of Style

Best Patio Application Award

Belgard awards us the best patio application in the country

Belgard Design Challenge Winner

Best patio application in America

Golf for our Troops

Golf tournament to support our armed forces

Lindgren Company Paintball

Our team took the day off to shoot each other with paintballs. Check out the pictures.

Young Life Golf Tournament 2013

Our designers enjoyed a day of golf and fundraising for a good cause

Employment Open House

We are hiring for the season. Come by and see what we are about

2013 Excellence In Landscape Award

Our team earned another award this year at the ALCC awards banquet.

Rainbird Academy

Rainbird came to our house to teach

Haiti Trip

We have sponsored one of our own on a trip to Haiti with Global Orphan Project.

Winter Watering

Tips on watering plant material during the winters in Colorado

Lindgren Receives Landscape Awards

Watch a video of our team receiving awards

Getting Hot

New corner fire pit install

Lindgren Landscape Project Photo Shoot

This is a time lapse of a project photo and video shoot we recently completed. Fun to watch.

Employee Appreciation Day

Employee appreciation day playing paintball with our team

ALCC Awards Night

Our team took home several awards last night

Merry Christmas 2011

Special thanks to our team and clients

Lindgren Landscape Wins "Best Outdoor Kitchen"

Check out our latest award

Lindgren Landscape Case Study For Outdoor Living Remodel

Learn about a major landscape remodel in Eagle Ranch Estates

Lindgren Landscape To Present Outdoor Living Seminar

Come hear us speak about outdoor living at Highcraft

Project Photo Shoot

See a sneak peak of the next great project in our portfolio

Water Feature In Luxe Magazine

See the water feature that is now in Lux Magazine

Presentation At The Highcraft Remodeling Expo

Check out our booth at the remodeling expo

Lindgren Landscape Office Paver Display - Update #3

Check out the latest progress photos

Lindgren Landscape Office Paver Display - Update #2

Here are some recent photos

Lindgren Landscape Office Paver Display - Update #1

Updated photos of our office patio remodel

Lindgren Landscape Office Paver Display

Office Concrete Removal

Excellence In Landscape Awards Dinner

See some photos of our team at the awards banquet

Winner Of 2010 Excellence In Landscape Award

Take a look at the property that won

Landscape Remodel

Read the article we wrote for Style Magazine where we discuss landscape remodels

Good News For Denver Market

Landscaping is proving to increase property values

Spring Time

Here are some tips to get your landscape ready for spring

Lindgren Landscape Featured In Style Magazine.

Take a look at the article in Style Magazine

Merry Christmas 2009

A special thanks to our clients and a Merry Christmas

Winter Landscape Planning

Now is the time to start planning your next project, and here is why

Fall To Do List

Here are some things that you can do in your landscape this fall.

Fall Is Here

These are some things you can do to prepare your landscape for winter

Water Conservation

Water is one of our most valuable resources. Here are some things you can do to conserve water