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Creative Concepts For Outdoor Living
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Abies concolor or White Fir is a beautiful, tall, slender, evergreen species planted frequently along the Front Range of Colorado. Preferring slightly wetter conditions than most Pine and Spruce species, it does less well with the minimal irrigation the…

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Read Dave White’s feature article in the Winter, 2016 article of Elife Magazine. Click one of the images above to read the full article.

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GLACIER VIEW LANDSCAPE AND DESIGN, INC. OF LONGMONT, CO AWARDED BEST OF HOUZZ 2016 Over 35 Million Monthly Unique Users Nominated Best Home Building, Remodeling and Design Professionals in North America and Around the World Click To View PDF Longmont, CO,…

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Abies koreana "Silberlocke" is a striking short needled fir tree with two-toned needles curving upright with an abundance of small showy cones. The needles are green on top and white underneath, but because they curve upward, the white often shows itself…

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Pinus strobus "Blue Shag" is a compact blue-green globe shaped pine that has distinctive two tone needles, similar to the Vanderwolf’s Pyramidal Pine. They are great as character accent specimens in the garden, or as a center showpiece. Their year round…

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Euonymus alatus and the compact variety Euonymus alatus ‘Compactus’ are popular shrubs that are planted in many Boulder Colorado Landscapes. However, their popularity has meant that this landscaper has had to remove many of them because of poor placement.…

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Check out the new article in the Spring/Summer 2016 issue of ELIFE Magazine featuring Dave White of Glacier View Landscape & Design, Inc. You can also download the PDF of the ELIFE Magazine coverage.

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Plant of the month. May 2016 for Boulder Colorado landscapes

TALK ABOUT OLD SCHOOL…TULIPS FROM THE 10TH CENTURY! Tulips have been around for a very long time. They were first cultivated in Persia around the 10th century, and by the mid 1500’s were imported to Western Europe. They were brought to the United States…

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The heat of June has begun and one of the favorites of the garden has started to bloom. Painted Daisies (Tanacetum x coccineum) are just stunning this time of year with their deep, rich pink, crimson, or even mixed hybrid colors. The fern like stem and…

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AUGUST: FERNS OF A FOREST Ferns thrive in the deep shade of many moist northern US forestlands, but did you know that they can thrive in the right environment here in Colorado? If you have a spot of shade that happens to be a drainage area for water on…
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