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Create a Vibrant Introduction to Fall – Color for your Fall Landscape in Denver

americanarbor September 27, 2016
Gardeners often dread fall because they think it means the end of color in their garden. But consider planting a mix of annuals, perennials, and shrubs specifically for autumn. Let us help you put some color into your fall garden so that you can enjoy your Denver landscape a bit longer! We can help you […]

Tips from Your Denver Tree Service to Prevent Fall Pests

americanarbor September 28, 2016
Along with the leaves changing, the start of fall can come with some unwanted pests in your yard and typically consist of webworms and Japanese beetles. Take advice from your local Denver tree and landscape service and make sure you know how to identify and properly deal with these insects before they create too much damage. […]

Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Fall Needle Drop in Denver According to Tree Pros

americanarbor September 29, 2016
Fall, what a wonderful time in Denver. The weather offers several variations during the day, presenting mild morning temperatures and cooler nights. It’s a time to turn off the A/C and enjoy all the outdoor beauty Colorado has to offer. If you’re looking around your backyard, enjoying a hike in the mountains, or wandering through […]

Your Tree’s Defense – Recommended Care from Denver Tree Care Specialists

americanarbor October 5, 2016
As a part of your regular maintenance routine, deep root fertilization this fall should be reaching the top of your list. Now is the time to begin these fertilizations – always performed by your local Denver tree service. We wrote previously about early fall deep root fertilization in Denver and described what it is, when it should […]

Maintaining Tree Health in Denver with Dry Weather Patterns

americanarbor October 14, 2016
In Denver, weather patterns this time of year can be a bit unpredictable to say the least. How can you keep your trees and shrubs healthy during the fall and early winter? Normal watering has for the most part halted due to lower temperatures, but that can leave your trees and shrubs dry and under […]

Toxic to Animals: Safe Planting Tips for Your Denver Landscape

americanarbor October 19, 2016
Many plants that are entirely harmless to humans can be lethal to your animals. Every year hundreds of pets ingest toxic plants and suffer serious illnesses – or worse. When pet owners plan their landscaping, they often have no idea that they may be putting their pet in harm’s way. There are a few specific […]

The Right Way to Treat Iron Chlorosis with Professional Denver Tree Care

americanarbor October 27, 2016
Iron Chlorosis – it sounds like a serious problem for your trees, but it is actually a fairly common problem in Colorado. It just means that your trees have an iron deficiency, and how that relates to their health is their ability to make chlorophyll.Let’s review a quick science lesson to run through how plants gain […]

Understanding Tree Health: When is the Right Time for Leaves to Drop?

americanarbor December 2, 2016
We all understand the seasonal changes that happen with foliage, and living in a region with particularly beautiful seasonal shifts, we get used to the timing if it as well. This fall and early winter, Colorado experienced unseasonably warm weather – and some of the effects may not be apparent to you at first. This year, […]

De-Icing Damage and Prevention for Our Denver Landscape

americanarbor December 9, 2016
With the recent snow that has blanketed the Denver landscape, homeowners tend to take all precautions to minimize efforts of removing it – one of which is using de-icing salts on the walking paths. While this is a highly effective and necessary component of maintaining your sidewalks and walkways around your home for safety – […]

Brown Leaves or Needles? You Might Have Winter Desiccation Damage to Your Denver Trees

americanarbor December 14, 2016
Homeowners around the Colorado area may see their trees (particularly those with needles or evergreen trees) begin to brown, become partially brown and partially green, or become completely browned. While it is completely normal for these types of trees to lose needles regularly, when it happens to large portions of the tree, it is a […]

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