Spoiler alert: Denver is in a desert climate.
We know, it may not seem like Denver is in the desert because there’s limited sand in the Denver area. However, Denver is classified as a high-altitude desert that makes it hard for trees to get all their essential nutrients to thrive. That’s where tree fertilization can help your trees stay healthy and happy.
Types of tree fertilization
Tree fertilization injects a high level of vitamins near the base of a tree’s root system.
The winter winds are whipping us right into spring and that means pine trees are starting to topple.
Austrian pine trees, Ponderosa pine trees, it doesn’t matter what type, pine trees are falling over across Denver. What causes pine trees to fall over? You may be surprised. There are two reasons why pine trees are susceptible to falling over.
Pine trees + damaged roots = death sentence for pines
Pines grow best in a forest setting,
“The beetles are coming! The beetles are coming!”
Okay, lame joke aside, the Emerald Ash Borer beetle is no laughing matter. If you’re not familiar with the Emerald Ash Borer, also known as the EAB beetle, click here to read about the EAB beetle from the Colorado Department of Agriculture. Did you catch the part about the EAB being found in Boulder in 2013? That’s an important detail to remember…