Welcome to the 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 how to care for the trees and shrubs on your property, and recognize any potential problems.
This spring and summer Denver residents have spent more time than ever tending to their gardens, making additions to their landscaping, and beautifying their homes. Caring for the plants and trees on your property can feel therapeutic and release pent up stress during these difficult times.
As we all strive to stay safe and socially distanced during the COVID-19 pandemic, home has become our refuge. The front porch, outdoor patio,
Help your trees blossom and reach their full potential this spring by staying ahead of the threat and gathering all the facts you need to know about fire blight.
Spring is here and Denver citizens are tired of bare trees, and are eagerly anticipating the return of their beautiful foliage. But, what if the return of leaves and flowers on your trees is not as triumphant as you imagine? Rather than lush greenery,