The majestic, towering pines that grace countless Colorado properties provide undeniable beauty and character. However, their extensive root systems can spark worry in many homeowners. Can one property’s pine tree roots damage another nearby property? Absolutely! But the answer, like much in nature, is more nuanced than a simple yes or no.
Our team of arborists at Fielding Tree Care has been attentively listening to the concerns voiced by homeowners in Littleton and South Denver regarding peculiar issues like aspen leaves turning black or cottonwood tree problems.
Winter in Littleton, Colorado, is a sight to behold, but it can be equally unforgiving to your cherished trees and shrubs. The importance of proper winterization cannot be overstated; it’s the key to ensuring the health and vitality of your landscape.
Living in Denver, we’re accustomed to the impact of various types of storms that can wreak havoc on our trees. From sudden snowstorms to strong winds, brutal hail, and heavy rains, these natural occurrences can leave trees vulnerable to damage and disease.
The impact of Japanese beetles in Colorado can be particularly significant. Their ability to devour plant tissues quickly can lead to defoliation, weakening plants and making them more susceptible to diseases and other pests.