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Did you know you can protect your valued landscape trees and shrubs from destructive pests without the use of chemical pesticides? Keep reading to learn more about biocontrol and the benefits of leveraging nature’s best defenses to protect valued landscape trees and shrubs. What Is Biocontrol? Many landscapers worry about adverse environmental and health effects… Read More


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Trees play a vital role in building healthier, safer, and more connected communities and should be – and are – celebrated around the world! To bring the celebration to our local communities, we’ve compiled 6 ways you can celebrate trees (with some additional bonus ideas!) Make homemade syrup from trees Did you know it’s possible to make… Read More


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Knowing your zone is the key to choosing plants that can thrive in your local area. Choosing plants that are not hardy in your zone can lead to frustration, disappointment, and unnecessary expense. To become a landscaping expert in Colorado’s Front Range, keep reading about these 4 facts about the Front Range planting zone. What… Read More


Beautiful landscape of fall foliage | Front Range Arborists

If you love autumn as much as we do, you’ll enjoy these unbelievable facts about the season and its beautiful fall foliage. Facts About the Fall Season  While fall is also known as autumn, the season once had a third name as well. In 12th and 13th century Middle English, fall w`as called “haerfest,” which… Read More


Colorado Blue Spruce Trees | The Official Colorado State Tree | Front Range Arborists

The Colorado state tree, the Blue Spruce, is known for its magnificent form and stunning silvery-blue hues, but its rich history and value make this tree more significant than many people know. Characteristics of the Colorado Blue Spruce Blue spruce trees have thick, scaley bark that appears a gray-brown color. Their evergreen needles are shades… Read More


Colorado native plants: Photo of a Western Chokecherry Shrub

Colorado native plants are those that have grown naturally in Colorado without human interference. Plants thrive in their native habitats and ecosystems due to long-term adaptations and familiarity. Over time, native plants develop symbiotic relationships with wildlife and growing requirements based on the environment. Correspondingly, native plants help support wildlife, manage rainwater runoff, and maintain… Read More


A beautiful orange fall landscape that represents proper fall landscape care

Fall Landscape Care Guide When trees and shrubs are planted during the spring, they are still undeveloped when summer rolls around. The heat and drought of the summer are damaging to plants as is but are especially detrimental to young plants. Common effects include heat stress, scorched leaves, and stunted growth. Planting in fall provides… Read More


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Oftentimes, homeowners wait until a tree is showing signs of disease before prioritizing its care. However, proactively caring for trees and shrubs can prevent these challenges before they occur. If you want to maintain a healthy, happy landscape, implement the following tips from our team of professional tree arborists. Landscaping Basics 101 Contrary to popular… Read More


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Landscaping to attract wildlife brings birds, butterflies, and small, furry animals close to view. It’s exciting to observe nature right from home windows! In addition, backyard habitats support ecosystems, boost biodiversity, and can rehome displaced animals. Start landscaping for wildlife today and become a host for all kinds of remarkable animal species.   Getting Started… Read More


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It’s finally summer which means months of plant care throughout the winter and spring have paid off. Landscapes look happy, healthy, and green. However, during a summer heat wave, valued landscape plants get the brunt of the sun and sometimes suffer from sun stress.   Don’t let tons of hard work go to waste! Knowing… Read More