Category: Damaged Tree and Shrub Removal

How Do I Get Rid of Thyronectria Cankers On My Honeylocust Trees?

There’s a threat creeping along the Front Range and preying on our Denver Honeylocust trees. Thyronectria cankers are more prevalent than ever and can stay under the radar long enough to do irreversible damage to trees and shrubs. Find out more about canker diseases and how to get rid of Thyronectria cankers on your trees.

What Are Thyronectria Cankers?

Cankers, in general, are a form of tree disease.

Why Tree Topping Is Not An Acceptable Industry Practice

Is shaping up and beautifying your landscape on your list of resolutions or to-dos for 2021? With the new year comes hope for new and fresh beginnings. Change is good, but it takes more than good intentions to make it happen. If you’re excited about sprucing up your trees for spring, find how to do the job right. Learn why tree topping is not an acceptable practice, and how to safely and properly prune trees for maximum health and beauty. 

Ask the Arborist: Why did my trees get so damaged in the recent wind storm?

 

Welcome to our latest edition of “Ask the Arborist.”  In this column, we aim to answer your tree and shrub care questions, and address current conditions we are seeing around town. Our goal is to help you learn more about caring for the trees and shrubs on your property, and recognize any potential problems. 

Why did my trees get so damaged in the recent wind storm? 

If your trees suffered damage from the recent wind storm,