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How Often to Prune Your Trees | Blog | Front Range Arborists

Your trees are an attractive enhancement to your landscape, keep them looking healthy and beautiful; prune your trees to promote safe and productive growth.… Read More


Are you struggling to decide which shrubs to choose for your garden in Colorado? Shrubs perform important functions and impact on the aesthetics of a landscape. Knowing which shrubs work best an important aspect of gardening. … Read More


Remove Dead Trees | Hire a Certified Arborist | Front Range Arborists

No one ever wants to take down a tree, but there are times when it’s unavoidable. When a tree presents an obstruction which cannot be corrected, for instance, or when it’s contributing to crowding which threatens trees you’re more invested in protecting, there may be no other viable solution. When a dead or dying tree presents an unacceptable risk, however, it’s important to have them evaluated and removed by a certified arborist. It may seem as if any able-bodied handyman with a chainsaw can remove a tree, but this often simply is not the case.… Read More


Pruning Trees in the Winter | Colorado Springs | Front Range Arborists

During the colder months, trees enter a state of dormancy and new growth is not stimulated by pruning. Just like other living things, trees are wounded when they’re cut, and they need time to properly heal without the risk of disease or destructive insects, which are often active during the spring and summer months. Pruning during the autumn months can stimulate new growth, which is promptly killed when temperatures drop. Spring pruning after the season’s new growth is underway can impede blooming or fruiting for the rest of the year.… Read More


Winter Time Tree Safety | Certified Arborists | Front Range Arborist

How your trees will fare in the winter will depend on the type of tree. Reach out to Front Range Arborists to ask about our Winter Water Program. … Read More


Why Mulch is Important | Winter Tree Care | Front Range Arborists

If you love trees, it is understandable you will want to do the right thing by them. Unfortunately, saplings and seeds typically do not come with much of an instruction manual, unless you buy from a reputable Horticulturist Company or are guided by a great teacher.… 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


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