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Snow Mold and How to Manage It | Blog | Front Range Arborists

Have you ever noticed snow mold in your yard? Do you know what snow mold is or what it even looks like? Snow mold is a type of fungus that grows in your yard and is usually discolored, and matted in patches. If you’ve lived in Colorado long enough, you’ve probably noticed this time and time again. Snow mold usually shrinks as the temperature becomes warmer and the weather becomes dryer, but this is not always the case. … Read More


How to Care For Your Lawn | Colorado Springs | Front Range Arborists

With sunny and warm summers to windy and cold winters, Colorado Springs weather varies in such a manner that it creates an environment perfect for insects to live in your lawn and shrubs. As certified arborists, we have extensive training, qualified supervisors in lawn with the CDA, and years of experience to ensure we are… Read More


Safety Tips Around Tree Pruning | Front Range Arborists

By maintaining your trees’ health, you’ll avoid the inevitable tree removal. However, pruning trees can take a lot of time and can cause safety hazards while working. To avoid this, we’re giving you some safety tips to help when you are pruning your trees. Some of the main reasons you’ll need to prune your tree is to keep the shape of it to avoid any hazards to surrounding elements and your home.… Read More


Newly Transplanted Trees | Front Range Arborists

A couple of the major tips are making sure your trees and shrubs receive enough water and that you take precautions during storms and heavy winds to ensure they don’t fall over. To help trees keep their moisture during the fall and spring, you can add mulch to the base of the tree. Pruning is another great trick when it comes to keeping your trees healthy. Pruning can be done throughout the year. Prune any broken or dead branches that occurred during your trees’ growing phases.… Read More


How To Keep Your Trees Healthy | Front Range Arborists

To help keep your tree growing healthy, you can prune them during the winter and summer. Remove any noticeable deadwood, smaller branches, and anything that may harm the tree. This, however, can be very time consuming. By hiring a tree trimming service, like Front Range Arborists, you will ensure that your trees health is well taken care of without wasting any of your time.… 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