If your Denver treescape includes locust trees, there is a good chance you have come across honey locust borers at some point. These pesky insects can cause significant damage to trees, so it is important to be able to identify them and take steps to remove them if necessary. In this blog post, we will provide information about how to prevent honey locust borers from infesting your trees, how to identify them if they do become a problem,
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.
Gorgeous flowering locust trees are a Denver favorite for ornamental street-side beauty. Their beautiful blooms and ability to thrive in adverse conditions make them desirable for residential homes and public landscapes. Learn how to identify different locust tree varieties and how to help them grow strong and healthy!
Locust Tree Species Commonly Found In Denver
Locust tree species are typically classified into two categories – Gleditsia and Robinia.