Pruning Your Early-Spring Bloomers – Recommendations from Your Denver Tree Specialists

americanarbor June 29, 2016
While Colorado weather tends to make its own rules in the summer, there are some key rules to follow if you want to keep your yard looking beautiful all season long. The Denver tree specialists at American Arbor Care have some recommendations on what to do, including details on pruning your early spring blooming shrubs. […]

Denver Tree Service Says Timing is Everything for Treating Pest Infestations

americanarbor June 9, 2016
As spring eases into summer, tree insects such as scales and borers begin to rear their ugly heads. Certain trees are susceptible to certain insects, and now is the time for specialized treatments to protect them from pest infestations. On the radar for the coming months for Denver tree pros are scales, borers, aphids, and […]

Summer Lawn Care for Denver Landscaping

americanarbor May 27, 2016
The end of May begins the summer vacation season with Memorial Day. Expect the imminent arrival of hot, sultry days with long hours of sunshine and, often, too little rain. The end of spring heralds parched lawns and flowerbeds. Better Homes & Gardens recommends that homeowners think about prevention rather than treatment to keep their lawns looking […]

Elm Leaf Pests: Proper Denver Tree Care & Management

americanarbor May 20, 2016
Now that it’s springtime in Denver, elm tree pests are starting to come out of their winter stages of life to feed. You may notice brown spots or circular holes starting to show up in your elm’s foliage. These are signs that your tree may be infested with a pest – and your next step […]

Tree Pros Know: April Showers Bring May Mites and Aphid Infestations

americanarbor May 11, 2016
May is the month when homeowners begin spending quality time in their yards. It’s also the season for the emergence of aphids and mites. Both pests can inflict serious damage to trees and shrubs and infestations of both can be treated. Denver landscaping experts offer some advice. Spider Mites If you thought emerald and lilac […]

Spray Now For Insect Prevention in Denver

americanarbor May 6, 2016
Scale (i.e., sucking) and borer insects emerge in spring from overwintering eggs, and most species can reproduce several generations until they die off (or go dormant) in the fall. Some species don’t seem to do much damage, while others will kill a tree in a single season. The list of pests is extensive and includes: […]

Have You Started Your Watering Routine? Keep Fruit Trees Healthy with Denver Tree Experts Advice

americanarbor April 27, 2016
April is the time to get routine watering started – and the Denver tree services can offer the best advice for when to water and get a good spring start on your landscaping. Another important area to focus is on fruit trees and fire blight. Ornamental trees are awfully pretty when they bloom, but the fruit […]

Denver Tree Service: Learn the Differences Between Lilac Ash Borer and Emerald Ash Borer

americanarbor April 21, 2016
The dreaded scourge of ash trees everywhere–the emerald ash borer–has spread to Colorado. Ash trees in Colorado already suffer from a native pest, the lilac ash borer. Both species cause destruction, but they’re not the same. With assistance from the Colorado State University Extension, Denver tree service companies explain the difference.The lilac ash borer is native to […]

Just Add Water: A Good Spring Start for Denver Landscaping

americanarbor April 12, 2016
The Lawn Institute invites you to celebrate April, which is National Lawn Care Month. As winter weather recedes and warm spring weather finally takes a firm hold, homeowners can get a bit of a reprieve on the usual lawn care worries. Denver landscaping services know that the rainy days and cool nights of April prohibit much outdoor […]

Denver Tree Services Recommend You Treat Ips Beetles Now

americanarbor April 5, 2016
If your spruce trees and pine trees are looking stressed, check them for western pine or ips beetles. Horticulturalist Joe Julian at the Colorado State University Cooperative Extension writes that ips beetles favor damaged or recently transplanted trees, but in times of heavy infestation, they will attack healthy spruce and pine trees. Denver tree pros recommend that […]

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