Voice of the Land
If you are driving past the Denver Botanic Gardens, you drive right by this lovely Georgian home and may not know that it isn’t part of the Botanic Gardens. Jack Finlaw and Greg Movesian hired Art of the Land for their first project. They asked us to prune branches before one of their gatherings. I met […]
Our urban landscapes have become so diverse and interesting. I love how people have embraced ornamental grasses, and it’s no wonder why. They are low maintenance, have low water needs, are easy to grow and you can create magical landscapes with them. And while they are bright and green in the spring and summer, they […]
The West has been under attack the last several years…by a lack of water. Few days go by without seeing images of dry soil, dry lake beds and dry crops. Farming, drinking water, summer and winter recreation have all been affected.
So, perhaps, has your garden and your yard.
Landscaping is tricky business in Colorado with a short seasonal window. People have a tendency to think they will wait until spring to start the process but this actually puts you down the line for scheduling. The time to start next year’s project is now. It takes time to find the right company. After choosing […]
Lakewood Garden House featuring semi-arid Rocky Mountain trees, shrubs and perennials with low water needs.
Saturday April 19, 2014 from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm. Green Spaces Colorado 1368 26th Street Denver, CO 80205 Special Focus: Upcycling The day will feature diverse specialists from landscape professionals to plumbers to recycled product vendors. As a special feature, we are highlighting one of the most recognized movements in design: Upcycling. Upcycling is […]
Art of the Land’s Dominick Park and Anderman Residence projects were featured this month in Colorado Green magazine. Each is featured for their design—specifically; designed to serve community needs and greater goals. The Anderman residence features a water-smart landscape that integrates water-wise planting, a recycled water, water-feature, and a green roof with edible landscaping reducing […]
We create interesting structures that work in your space and are customized for your landscape. Our structures are built in harmony with nature to look as if they have been gently set down into the landscape (not an ugly shed in your backyard!). Our structures are strong, well-built and designed to suit your needs. Create […]
Women landscape architects, Nancy Eastman, Gretchen Wilson of Dig studio Inc. and Lori Catalano from the Department of Landscape Architecture University of Colorado Denver on a panel to discuss how women in landscape design have shaped our world. The panel discussion followed a viewing of “Women in the Dirt, Landscape Architects Shaping Our World” presented […]
Containers gardens can add drama and impact to your landscape with flamboyant plants or they can add harmony and tranquility with plants that share a single hue. For professional looking containers follow these basics: Containers take a lot of plants to make them full and lush throughout the season. A plant can fulfill different positions […]