During winter months preying insects typically disappear from sight and it feels safe to let your guard down and take a break from tree and plant care. But signs of the IPS beetle may still be present. Learn more about this threat and how it could affect your trees.
The leaves have fallen, the air is chilly, and snow is arriving. This winter weather keeps us indoors catching up on a good book or our favorite Netflix shows.
Summer is coming to a close and fall is just around the corner, this is the trees time to shine! There is no better time to be outdoors and take in the beauty of the Denver front range. But subtle clues may be telling you that these lush and colorful trees are in need of help, they are stressed! Learn how to identify different signs of tree stress and how to help your trees recover.
Denver is starting to thaw out and spring is upon us! That means getting out and prepping your landscape for spring and summer. You’re itching to get outdoors and enjoy all your favorite fair weather activities. Reading on the front porch, grilling out, and gardening are at the top of your list.
We aren’t the only ones ready to come out of hibernation mode. Spring pests are on the verge of waking and becoming active.