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.
Tree Trimming should result in healthier trees, not ER visits for the homeowner.
Homeowners across the Denver metro area are armed with ladders, chainsaws, pruning shears, and ropes with ‘that one branch’ on their mind for Sunday afternoon. How hard can it be to take off that one branch, right?
We get it: you probably think you can, and probably can do a lot of our jobs. So,
When it comes to trimming trees, many people have different approaches. Some relish the opportunity to fire up the chainsaw. They go at it full-speed ahead and hack the tree down to a nub. Others gingerly remove branches piece by piece in a fashion so delicate you can’t tell they even did anything in the first place. And, of course, when it comes to the best time of the year to prune,