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Save Ash Trees From the Emerald Ash Borer

3 Steps to Save Ash Trees From the Emerald Ash Borer Denver is a city teeming with ash trees. One in every six urban trees in the Denver area is an ash, so the trees help fill out the canopy in parks, greenbelts, and landscaping. If the destructive emerald ash borer...

A Short Guide to Aspen Trees and Their Care

How to Care For Your Aspen Trees What would Colorado be without its aspen trees? While aspens are common trees found throughout North America, Colorado has a higher percentage of the species growing within its borders than any other state. Aspen trees provide shade in...

5 Facts to Know About Spruce Beetles and Your Trees

Coniferous trees like pines and spruces are popular among Colorado homeowners because they retain their green color all year round and can often handle harsher conditions than other trees. However, plenty of pests target these trees, and some beetles target only a...

Signs Your Trees Are Sick, Dying, and Need Immediate Attention

From increasing your property value and aesthetic qualities to keeping your heating and cooling costs in check, there are several reasons to keep the trees on your lot healthy and strong. Unfortunately, despite your best efforts, your trees can still become very ill...

5 Mistakes Homeowners Make When Trimming Their Own Trees

Regular trimming is important for maintaining tree health and also for preventing problems associated with dead tree limbs, such as roof damage and landscape damage. However, if you are not trimming your tree correctly, you might be doing more harm than good. Read on...

3 Reasons to Trim Your Trees in the Winter

3 Compelling Reasons to Have Your Trees Trimmed Before Spring Arrives When the snow starts falling and the temperature drops, you might assume that yard work is finished for the year, with the exception of maybe shoveling some snow. However, wintertime is actually...

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