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”

5 Popular Composting Myths

Not only is composting is good for the planet, but is also your first step towards proper tree care (see our article on Preparing Your Soil for Tree Planting)! Compost helps to divert waste away from our landfills and in return, and helps contribute to fewer greenhouse gases. If you’ve ever wanted to start composting,Continue reading “5 Popular Composting Myths”

Native Denver Trees: Cottonwood

Two species of cottonwood trees, the narrowleaf cottonwood and plains cottonwood, are not only abundant throughout Denver, but also a sight to behold. These majestic trees can tower as high as 60 feet high, and the female trees are well-know for releasing their cottony “snow” in the springtime (which also happens to be a sourceContinue reading “Native Denver Trees: Cottonwood”

How Trees Reproduce: With Help From Their Friends

This may not be something that you’d often think about when considering tree service at your home in Denver, CO – but have you ever wondered how trees reproduce and make baby trees? Trees actually reproduce through cultivation and sexually by using an exchange of pollen between the female and male reproductive systems. Trees areContinue reading “How Trees Reproduce: With Help From Their Friends”

Tips for Successfully Transplanting Trees and Shrubs

If you’ve ever wondered how to properly maintain the health of transplanted trees or shrubs, we’ve got your covered with this fantastic tree service resource in Denver, Growing Trees from Seed. As you might imagine, there are a number of variables that can cause stress to a tree and render a transplant procedure unsuccessful. TheseContinue reading “Tips for Successfully Transplanting Trees and Shrubs”

10 Fascinating Facts About Trees

Trees are fascinating living organisms, and also happens to be why our family tree service experts have such a passion for tree care! As the oldest living beings on our planet, they continue to create so many benefits for humans and the other species on our planet. Here is just a short list of interestingContinue reading “10 Fascinating Facts About Trees”

Termite Warning Signs

Termites can cause an incredible amount of damage to your home. It’s important to notice the warning signs and eliminate termites before they become an infestation on your property. When properly identified, these warning signs can help you to act quickly and ultimately help you reduce your tree service bill in Denver! What is aContinue reading “Termite Warning Signs”

How Do Trees Conserve Soil?

With all of the benefits that trees provide, it’s no wonder that our Denver tree service experts are a bunch of tree huggers… After all, all of civilization depends on trees for our survival. Humans are dependent upon trees, not only for cleaning our air but also because they support our precious ecosystem. Our ecosystemsContinue reading “How Do Trees Conserve Soil?”

Amazing Things You Didn’t Know About Trees

Traditionally, when we use the term “tree care”, it’s not unusual to imagine your local Denver tree service expert taking care of your tree removal, pruning, or stump grinding needs. But we would like to broaden the definition of tree care to include the idea of trees taking care of us… So you probably alreadyContinue reading “Amazing Things You Didn’t Know About Trees”