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Your November Colorado Insect Checklist

November Colorado Insect checklist of some common insect-related events – Denver metro and Boulder, Denver South and East

 This is a generalized checklist of when some of the more important insect related events tend to occur in our area. Year to year variations are considerable, and this should be used as a guideline to anticipate and help recognize common […]

Tree Trimming Winter


Winter tree trimming is strongly recommended if you own a:

American elm

Trimming these species in winter prevents any airborne fungal disease, a common problem for all of them, to spread to neighboring trees.

Reasons to trim your fruit trees in winter and not wait:

Fruit trees are prone to diseases and infestation when trimmed any other time of […]

Clients Continue to Add Winter Tree Services


Winter tree services have always been a hard-sell, partly because our customer’s attention turns elsewhere after that first snow of the year and partly over confusion about when is the best time for tree care.

Since starting ArborScape in 1996, I’ve developed deep and trusted relationships with many of our customers. And as that has happened, […]

2014 – 2015 Denver Christmas Tree Recycling

Denver Christmas Tree Recycling is back for another season!

Only $20 for curbside pickup, starting in January.  We fill up quickly, so schedule your tree recycling today!

How it Works
After scheduling (call 303-806-TREE), you can simply leave your trees on the curbside. Just remove the following:

tinsel and garland
tree stands

This is one of the best times of the year […]

Winter Watering Trees | Prevent Drought Stress


Most homeowners realize the need for watering trees in the growing season. However, it’s just as important during the winter months, defined as October through March in the arboricultural community. Drought effects on trees can take up to 5 years to show.  As much of our state has suffered from Abnormally Dry conditions during 2015, we can […]

Drought Causes Christmas Tree Scare


The extreme drought of 2012 has created record temperatures all across the Midwest with Missouri, Illinois, Indian, Kentucky and Colorado as the states most affected by drought.  The drought has negatively affected many farmers, small business and consumers.

Another industry that has been affected are the local Christmas tree farms across the Midwest. Christmas tree supply […]

Prepare Trees for Any Storm

Weather has become extremely unpredictable these last few years, with summer heat rising consistently above 100 degrees and winter blizzards that have decimated whole neighborhoods.

To be ready for any winter storm that may hit this coming year, it’s key to get your trees all set ahead of time. So how do we prepare our trees for the storms […]

2011 – 2012 Denver Christmas Tree Recycling

Denver Christmas Tree Recycling is back!

$15 with curbside pickup. Started in January so order today.

Tis the season for celebrations and festivities as we close down 2012.  In addition to all the joy and happiness you’re spreading this holiday season, we’d like to toss you a friendly reminder to bring joy and happiness to our […]

Shopping for Your Christmas Tree Online


Shopping For Your Christmas Tree Online

By Michiel Van Kets

Most shoppers look online these days before buying anything too expensive, even if it is only to research prices and brands.

It pays to know all there is about a product before parting with your hard earned money, and using the internet means you can open various websites […]

(Video)Tree Service Denver – How 30 Percent of Snow Damaged Trees Can Be Saved


Tree Service in Denver shares how 30 percent of snow damaged trees can be saved.

Winter Tree Care and Landscaping Tips



Check house plants for dust build-up on leaves and clean with damp cloth.
Inventory garden tools for repair or replacement.
Check power tools for tune-up, repair or replacement.
Sketch a map of your yard and locate important plants.
Take a walk around your yard for ideas for new landscaping or renovation.
Visit garden shows for new planting ideas.
Schedule deep root […]

Winter Watering Article Featured in Summit Daily News – Colorado


 David recently wrote this article about winter watering that was published in the Summit Daily News in Breckenridge CO.


Sun Scald and Tree Wrapping


Young trees, newly planted trees, and thin-barked trees are most susceptible to a process called sun scald or southwest injury. On a sunny winter day, the bark temperature of your tree can increase 20 degrees higher than the air temperature.

This can cause tree cells to come out of dormancy and become active. When the sun […]

Denver Winter Tree Watering

Denver Winter Tree Watering
The last thing most of our clients want to do on a Sunday afternoon in winter is unpack their garden hose to water their trees. If you don’t, don’t be surprised when they are suffering next summer. Here is what the CSU website has to say. It’s informative if a bit “dry.”

“Established […]

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