Trees

Take New Year’s Resolutions Outdoors

January 18, 2016
We’re all making resolutions about what we want to be and do in 2016. So  remember to include your own gardening/outdoor experience.  It’s not on  our minds now, but when...

Insects: Beneficial vs Harmful

January 15, 2016
Spring and summer is right around the corner and your landscape is desiring attention.  Make sure and keep it healthy by following a few tips that may surprise you.  Beneficial and harmful...

How Do You Mulch?

December 16, 2014
Written by Soils Matter Wednesday, December 10, 2014   Soil is science and what you put on top of soil matters. If you need to get that point across to clients, you can lean on...

The Hazards of Ice Melt

December 16, 2014
Colorado’s recent dive into the deep freeze meant a lot of us were strewing ice melt over steps and walkways. It’s a fact of life during the Colorado winter.   While we...

Protecting Your Trees from Winter Damage

December 16, 2014
The first big snowfall of the season is always a wake-up call to prepare the landscape for the winter ahead. Winterize the sprinkler system, mulch around perennials – and protect...

How Green Do You Deck the Halls?

December 16, 2014
It’s traditional to deck the halls during the holidays with greenery dressed up with bows and lights.   There are also green paybacks to be had in your wallet and the environment...

Trim up your Fruit Trees for Fall

October 10, 2014
Winter storms and snow accumulation can wreak havoc on your fruit bearing trees. The Fall season is a great time to prepare to trim your fruit trees. You want to trim fruit trees after they...