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Newly Transplanted Trees | Front Range Arborists

For a newly planted tree or shrub, it can take up to two years for it to fully be established in your yard. During this time, you need to carefully and closely watch the health of your tree. The first two years are crucial to avoid any major damage or disease that could take over… Read More


How To Keep Your Trees Healthy | Front Range Arborists

Whether you just moved to a new home or have been there for years, one of the biggest chores for a homeowner is maintaining the care of your yard and trees. It’s important to not skip on these chores as it can lead to double the work when it’s left undone. Mature trees are very… Read More


Bugs That Kill Colorado Trees | Front Range Arborists

To those of us living in Colorado, a constant threat to the health of our trees is the risk of pest infestation. Many species of trees are susceptible to damage from an assortment of bugs. Dead or damaged trees from bug infestation are not merely an aesthetic blight, but can also present a threat of fire. … Read More


Keep Your House Safe from Wildfires | Colorado | Front Range Arborists

The risk of wildfire is a constant threat in Colorado. Fires can be triggered by anything from lightning strikes to an untended campfire. Pine beetle proliferation, due to unusually warmer climate, has caused extensive damage to indigenous lodgepole pines. Consequently, diligent fire prevention and preparedness measures should be constant as well, throughout the year and in every area of your home. … Read More


When to Trim Fruit Trees | Colorado | Front Range Arborists

Early and regular tree pruning enhances the health and appearance of your fruit trees, and the fruit they bear. When a tree is not properly trimmed, it is more susceptible to disease, and limb breakage due to storms or the strain of fruit load. The sooner in the life of your trees you begin to “train” them with routine pruning, the healthier they’ll be throughout their lifespan. … Read More


Tips for Watering in Winter | Front Range Arborists

A well-kept landscape adds beauty and character to a home. You’ve invested a lot of time and TLC in cultivating the natural ambience of your surroundings into the unique environment it is. At times, however, your efforts aren’t supported by nature itself. Dry winter air, lack of precipitation and drought conditions rob your vegetation of the moisture they need to survive.… Read More


Having trees or shrubs on your property adds a natural appeal and creates shade during warmer days. But just like everything else, trees and shrubs need a lot of maintenance to keep up the beauty of the property. Unfortunately, if trees are not taken care of, they can cause safety hazards and potentially damage property.… Read More


Whether you are redoing your yard or just moved into a new home or office space, adding trees to your property is perfect for any landscape. However, there are a lot of factors to consider before you start buying trees and shrubs for your land.   Space When choosing a tree, you first need to… Read More


Every year thousands of acres, homes, and properties are destroyed by wildfires. Unfortunately, we can’t stop wildfires altogether, but what we can do is help prevent it from destroying your property. By creating a fire safe landscape we are working to preserve and remove the risks around your property. Fire mitigation helps reduce the threat… Read More


In most cases, dead limbs occur naturally for trees over time. If you have several dead limbs throughout the tree, it can indicate that there is probably another problem, but it also may not be a cause for concern. So you now may be wondering, when would be the time to be worried about the… Read More