Most fruit trees are hardy and able to withstand the extremes of Colorado’s Front Range climate. They have attractive foliage, interesting shapes, and beautiful flowers in early spring.
Healthy soil not only benefits turf and plant growth, it saves water, too! It works so well, in fact, that Denver Water requires that any landscaping of new construction must conform to its standards for soil amendments in order to conserve water in the areas it serves.
Before newly built structures within the Denver Water service area are landscaped, the soil must be amended to retain water efficiently. This not only conserves water, but adding amendments also breaks up our naturally clay soils and provides nutrients for healthy plant growth.
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