Spring is coming! Okay, so most of Denver is still buried in a foot of snow, but it’s officially March!
As you start thinking about getting your trees and shrubs ready for the spring, the idea of fertilizing might come to mind. When is the best time to fertilize your trees? Are there special tree fertilizer tips to know to help your trees thrive in Colorado? What’s the best way to fertilize your trees?
How much damage can a little moth do?
Homeowners around Denver are getting to know the Douglas-Fir Tussock moth, and it’s not a good introduction. Spruces, true firs, and Douglas-firs are dying around Denver as this little moth is making its rounds. Who is the Douglas-fir Tussock moth and how can we stop its destruction?
Douglas-Fir Tussock moth caterpillar
The caterpillars of the Douglas-fir Tussock moth (Orgyia pseudotsugata) are known for feeding on the needles of spruces,
A big dead aspen tree haunts your backyard. It’s time to remove it, so you think, “I can handle this!”
Before you begin chopping or sawing away at that giant trunk of liability, you should consider how much it may cost you to do it yourself. The cost of safely and efficiently removing one dead tree may cost you far more than you may think. Let’s start with the basics:
You need the right equipment to get the job done.