Tips for Hiking Denver to See Fall Leaves

Fall is gorgeous throughout Denver and it’s the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the beauty the area has to offer. Before heading out, our Denver tree service pros suggest that there are a few things that should be done to make the trip far more enjoyable, safer, and the perfect day out. UseContinue reading “Tips for Hiking Denver to See Fall Leaves”

Planting Native Trees in Denver

Have you ever walked down a Denver neighborhood street and wondered about the origin of some of the trees? All those trees you see, whether they are oak or maple trees, all have a history of origin. That history plays an important role in the types of trees that you can grow in your region.Continue reading “Planting Native Trees in Denver”

How Trees Make Your Life Better

Why Trees Can Make You Happier As a family tree service, our tree care specialists at Urban Forestry Tree Service love trees – and sometimes we have even known to hug them on occasion! Whenever we’re near one of these giant plants, we feel a sense of comfort and a feeling as if we’re somehowContinue reading “How Trees Make Your Life Better”

The Best Low Maintenance Tree for Your Landscape in Colorado

Tree care on your landscape doesn’t always have to be complicated. In fact, we always recommend that aspiring landscape architects start with trees that are a bit more forgiving to any potential costly mistakes (in other words – keep it simple stupid)! That’s where low maintenance trees come into play… If you’re not already familiarContinue reading “The Best Low Maintenance Tree for Your Landscape in Colorado”

Best Time of Year to Plant Trees in Colorado

Spring is here, and along with the change of season comes one of the best times to plant new trees! And we can think of no better way to beautify your landscape and lower your stress levels than to honor planet Earth with new growth! At the time of this writing, COVID-19 social distancing andContinue reading “Best Time of Year to Plant Trees in Colorado”

Does Vitamin B1 Help Plants Grow?

So sure, as tree service experts in Denver we may not exactly be gardeners, but we have stumbled across this myth more than once in our landscaping careers – the idea that Vitamin B1 (also known as thiamine) acts as some kind of miracle nutrient to help plants grow healthier and larger, especially when administeredContinue reading “Does Vitamin B1 Help Plants Grow?”

Our Favorite Healthy Restaurants in Denver, CO

We thought we’d take a brief departure from our usual Denver tree removal programming to share with you some of our most frequented healthy eating spots in the city! During the time of the post, we’re still in the midst of coronavirus self-isolation and quarantine, which means lots of ordering from home and delivery foodContinue reading “Our Favorite Healthy Restaurants in Denver, CO”

Plant Classification of Trees and Shrubs

Genus. Species. Hybrid names. Cultivars. The following article on plant classification is for the more scientifically-minded and botanically-inclined who may desire to dive a bit deeper than our usual posts on the topics of tree care, pruning, or transplanting. This time around, we’re sharing this resource with you directly from The Complete Encyclopedia of TreesContinue reading “Plant Classification of Trees and Shrubs”

Preparing Your Soil for Tree Planting

If you haven’t guessed by now, our Denver tree services experts are all about empowering our clients and readers alike with tree care resources (a rising tide floats all ships as they say!). In fact, we have found that our clients that are most knowledgable about tree care tend to get the most out ofContinue reading “Preparing Your Soil for Tree Planting”

Landscaping With The Quaking Aspen

One of our favorite tree care books, Landscaping with Native Trees, does a fantastic job of explaining how you can take common native trees and incorporate them into your landscaping. Not only do natural/native trees create visual interest, but it also makes it feel as if they perfectly belong in the environment. This book detailsContinue reading “Landscaping With The Quaking Aspen”