Month: February 2016

Which trees are more susceptible to snow damage in Colorado?

 

SNAP!

The explosion of a maple branch under the weight of a heavy snow is enough to make any homeowner wince. Broken tree limbs expose critical parts of trees to disease and irreparable damage. Fall across the Mile High city can mean 70 degrees and sunshine in the morning and twelve inches of snow by dinner. It also means thousands of trees may not survive the next big snowstorm.

We hate seeing beautiful trees broken by a Denver snow storm. 

Why are your leaves changing color in the fall?

Fall in Colorado is a beautiful time to enjoy the crisp air, roast s’mores over a fire pit, and watch the leaves turn red and gold.

Do you wonder why leaves change color? Is it because they’re dying? You may be surprised!

Healthy leaves are usually green and flush with strength through the spring and summer months. As the weather turns into fall, the amount of daylight starts to shrink. We adjust our clocks for daylight savings,