Linden Tree Maintenance
Fielding Tree Care’s arborists are well versed in Linden tree maintenance in the south Denver, CO area.
- When used strategically and correctly, fertilizer can help developing Linden trees flourish, growing strong and healthy with care and attention.
- The four Linden varieties that thrive in Denver are all susceptible to drought. Root development occurs during dormancy, and steady winter watering helps prevent dehydration and premature death in Linden trees.
- If you are planning to add to your landscape and plant a new Linden tree, there are special care steps to consider. Properly caring for newly planted trees during the first couple of years is critical to their development and ability to grow and prosper.
Diseases and Pests for Linden Trees
Aphids – Japanese Beetle – The Linden Borer
When it comes to Linden tree maintenance, one of the major factors involved is warding off pests. Every tree species has its weaknesses and Linden trees are no exception. The Japanese Beetle (pictured below) is especially voracious and will infest unhealthy or unmaintained trees.
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Our Service Area Includes
South Denver, Littleton, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Englewood, Lone Tree, Castle Rock, Parker, Greenwood Village, and all previous customers.
Other Common Types of Trees We Treat
With decades of experience caring for Colorado trees and shrubs, our team at Fielding Tree Care has put together a comprehensive list of the trees and shrubs we treat.