Tree Care Tips
5 Reasons Your Aspen Isn’t Leafing Out
When your aspen tree isn’t producing new leaves in the spring, does that mean there’s something is wrong? Let’s discuss what aspen leafing is and give five reasons your tree may not be “leafing out.”Read More
Why Trees Growing in Leach Fields Can Be Costly
Installing a leach field is already expensive, but it can become more expensive if there are trees growing in it! These FAQs explain how growing trees (as well as removing them) can damage your leach field system and what to plant there instead.Read More
How Much Water Do Trees Need on Your Colorado Front Range Property?
Too much or too little water can harm your trees. Our tree watering guidelines show you how much water your landscape trees need, when to water them, and the best methods for watering trees.Read More
Should You Remove the Wire Basket & Burlap Before Planting a Tree?
Will leaving the wire cage on a transplanted tree harm it? What about burlap? If you take it off, how do you do that without damaging the root ball? Learn the facts and how to plant your new balled and burlapped tree properly.Read More
Spring Tree Care Tips for the Denver Front Range
Spring officially begins in March but here in the Denver Front Range region, we know that spring doesn’t really arrive until much later! Still, March and April are a good time to plan ahead for your spring tree care to ensure you’ll have healthy trees all year round. Here are our tips for taking care…Read More
Keep Your Newly-Planted Tree Thriving With These Tips
Many newly-planted trees die within the first two years due to lack of proper care. But it’s easy to help your tree thrive with our top tree care tips.Read More
Considering DIY Tree Removal or Pruning?
If you want to do large tree pruning or removal yourself, here are the questions to answer before starting. DIY tree work is dangerous – be safe by knowing the risks and understanding the training, equipment, and specialized tools that go into doing it safely and properly.Read More
Protect Your Trees During Construction or Landscaping Projects
If you’re planning a landscaping, construction or home improvement project this year, take these steps to protect your valuable trees before finalizing project plans.Read More
Frost Cracks: Loud Noises From Your Trees at Night
If you’ve ever heard what sounds like a rifle shot coming from your yard in the cold winter night, it’s probably due to a frost crack. Frost cracks occur when a tree “bursts” open in winter due to extreme temperature swings. Is it harmful? Can it be fixed? We have all the details in this article.Read More
Lichen On Your Trees: Good or Bad?
You may have noticed a gray, green, or even yellow mossy looking substance growing on your trees. Lichen is not moss, however, and it’s not even a plant. So what is lichen, what is it doing on your tree, and is it harming the tree that it’s growing on?Read More