Lawn Care Services

For lawn service, why not call a professional plant health care company? Plant Health Care (PHC) is a holistic and comprehensive approach to tree, shrub, and lawn care. In contrast, most tree companies just service trees and sometimes shrubs. We keep all the woody plants and lawns green using routine monitoring, preventive treatments, and a strong working relationship with the property owner.

Ross Tree offers two lawn service programs for Denver residential and commercial property owners. Please see program descriptions below. For a free estimate, click here to fill out a request service form or call 303-871-9121. We are at your service.

Premium Lawn Care Program

Our Premium Program consists of five treatments per year: fertilizer, pre-and post-emergent weed control (including crabgrass), insect, and fungus control.

Organic-based Lawn Care Program

Our Organic-Based Program consists of five treatments per year. We use organic, natural fertilizer, and for weed, insect, and fungus control, we use synthetic products. Both programs achieve beautiful, healthy, and vibrant lawns. We stand behind our products and methods.

Lawn Insects and Fungus Control Services

Kentucky Bluegrass Fungus Treatments

Kentucky Bluegrass is a popular turf grass found in the Denver area because it is drought-resistant and provides excellent lawn quality, color, density, and texture. Necrotic Ring Spot (NRS) is a soil-borne fungus that causes doughnut circles of dead grass with a green center. NRS occurs in late July and August. Ross Tree treats NRS with the application of fertilizer sulfur amendments and fungicides.

Tenlined June, Japanese, Billbugs and White Grubs

A telltale sign of grub damage is yellowish-tinged grass. The grubs damage grassroots by feeding and tunneling. We control White and Ten-lined June grubs with insecticides when eggs are beginning to hatch. We treat for Billbugs when adults are present on the surface of the lawn in the springtime.

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Pine Tree Care Handbook

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Tree Pests to Watch Out for in August in Denver

This August, two tree pests are having a field day in Denver - the Elm Leaf Beetle and the Honeylocust Spider Mite. Our wet spring set up conditions for the Elm Leaf Beetle to thrive and attack Elms across the city. Consecutive 90 degree days this summer is perfect...

How Do I Get My Trees Ready For The Summer?

Summer Tree Care Tips As Ross Tree's General Manager explains in the video below, summer is an excellent time to get your trees ready to withstand Denver's unpredictable weather. He recommends increasing deep rooting feeding to at least two times during the growing...

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