Living Soil

Living Soil

One of the pleasures of spring is digging in the soil and that earthy smell but how much do we really know about the soil beneath our feet.

Rose Care

Rose Care

Our roses don’t have many problems here in Colorado compared to other places, but a few problems crop up each year for gardeners.

Ask the Expert: Fire Mitigation

Ask the Expert: Fire Mitigation

Fire mitigation is a series of steps that you can take to reduce the risk of a wildfire damaging or destroying your property. It includes assessing the risks around your property and your responsibility in mitigating them, thereby creating a defensible space.

Plan to Conserve Water this Year

Don’t waste water. Recent downpours, in some areas of Colorado, have resulted in the Rocky Mountain Sod Growers once again stressing water conservation.

Spree Living Villages: A Low Maintenance, Community-Focused Lifestyle

Spree Living Villages: A Low Maintenance, Community-Focused Lifestyle

Brookfield Residential knows that modern homebuyers want more than just four walls and a roof. In addition to beautiful, functional, manageable homes, today’s buyers want perks like abundant amenities and a robust community – and that’s just what Brookfield Residential is offering at LakeHouse Village – the new Spree Living Village at Barefoot Lakes.

Active and Passive Rainwater Harvesting

Active and Passive Rainwater Harvesting

As the gardening season gets into full swing and you’re looking at your landscape with fresh eyes, it is a great time to reassess what worked last year, what didn’t, and perhaps start trying out some new ideas. Enter, rainwater harvesting!

Buying your First Home? Here’s What Not to Do

Buying your First Home? Here’s What Not to Do

In this time of social distancing, people are still shopping for houses in Boulder County. Yet even in the best of times, buying a home can feel daunting, especially if this is your first purchase.

HOA: Three simple letters, one polarizing entity

HOA: Three simple letters, one polarizing entity

HOA: they’re three simple letters that can conjure up a range of emotions. As the acronym for Homeowner Association, just the mention of “HOA” can be met with a sense of belonging – or an air of contempt.