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trees in winter prevent damage

Each season brings its own challenges and benefits. Winter can be a difficult few months with harsh weather, freezing temperatures, and lack of nutrients from sunlight. Taking extra care of your trees during the cold months is crucial for strengthening and growth. Unfortunately, some storms can cause trees to fall or pull roots out. In… Read More


christmas tree on the sidewalk to recycle

Many still prefer the traditional way of heading to a pine tree farm with the family and selecting the perfect tree to take home and decorate. The debate still continues on whether it’s more sustainable to buy a real tree or a fake tree, so we put together a couple of ways to reuse or… Read More


bird on tree in winter after pruning

Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Just like any other plant, trees are also susceptible to disease and health decline. If you’re looking to keep your trees healthy all year round, pruning during the winter will be the solution to your trees’ liveliness. Why Do You Need to Prune During Winter? Just like giving yourself a… Read More


prepare your trees for winter

Although trees are dormant during the winter, they aren’t immune to cold and dry conditions like the weather Colorado presents. Good thing is, there are things that you can do to prepare your trees and minimize the damage caused by the stresses of winter. Proper Way to Water Your Trees It’s important to consistently water… Read More


caring for your lawn during winter

If this is your first winter maintaining grass, then understanding what to do before and during your lawn’s dormant period will be crucial until spring stops by again. If you take the right steps to care for your lawn during winter, you will have a happy, healthy lawn come springtime. What Happens to Your Grass… Read More


yard with variety of tree types

With the many different tree types, it can be hard to choose which ones to implement into your yard. If you’re shopping for trees for a new landscape or to enhance your current one, you may be overwhelmed by the variety of options available to you. One of the best ways to narrow your choices… Read More


clean-up and recycle fall leaves

But with fall comes the reason that this season got its name in the first place; because all the leaves do exactly that. While we can appreciate the beautiful colors of the leaves as they change with the season, they eventually end up cluttering your yard, creating more work for you to clean up. We’ve… Read More


gardner amending soil

But that doesn’t mean you’re destined to have a bare and boring yard! You can amend the soil where you want to plant a shrub or garden plant to give it a space to grow and breathe. Soil amending is a process where you dig out your native soil and replace it with the type… Read More


Hydrangeas, a flower that does well in the shade

But many of these areas are plain because people think that flowers are only meant to be in the sun. Just because a plant grows outside, doesn’t mean that it thrives in direct sunlight. Here are five of our favorite shade-loving flowers that will brighten up your yard and make your shady spots your favorite… Read More


The threat of wildfires is always present, but never more so than in wildfire season. Predicting when a wildfire will start is difficult, given that there are a number of potential contributing factors. However, doing everything you can to prepare your home for a wildfire may afford you and your family life-saving protection.… Read More