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Controlling Elm Leaf Beetles

Controlling Elm Leaf Beetles

Short winters and warm springs can lead to Elm Leaf Beetle infestations. Insecticide products successfully control the Elm Leaf Beetle and its larvae. Ross Tree Company has three Colorado Department of Agriculture licensed Qualified Supervisors (QS) to handle...

Denver’s Cottonwood Trees

Denver’s Cottonwood Trees

The plains Cottonwood is Colorado's largest broadleaf tree known for its massive trunk and beautiful, large leaves. Because of their grand size, Cottonwoods provide a wow-factor to many yards. The largest Cottonwood in Colorado measured a stunning 23 feet around...

Two Elms on Elm Street

Two Elms on Elm Street

Denver Digs Trees Denver Digs Trees gives homeowners street and yard trees to plant. They offer local trees adapted to Denver’s variable weather and dry climate. Yard trees shade and cool our homes in the summer. They also increase the value of homes, buffer noise and...

Spring Time Tree Pruning in Denver

Spring Time Tree Pruning in Denver

Ross Tree Sees Tree Pruning as a Vocation Ross Tree Company has two arborists on staff certified through the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) with a third joining in 2019. We embrace the professional practice of arboriculture as dictated by ISA. Our...

Emerald Ash Borer Denver Update

Emerald Ash Borer Denver Update

The dreaded Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) arrived in the heart of Boulder in September 2013. Within five years, the beetle spread to Superior, Colorado, a town half way between Boulder and Denver. With little to no predators, this borer is free to move about at will. Click...

Planting and Caring for a New Evergreen Tree

Planting and Caring for a New Evergreen Tree

The dreaded Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) arrived in the heart of Boulder in September 2013. Within five years, the beetle spread to Superior, Colorado, a town half way between Boulder and Denver. With little to no predators, this borer is free to move about at will. Click...

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