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Managing Mountain Pine Beetles with Denver Tree Service

March 9, 2023

People from all across the country come to Denver because of the scenic views and lush forests, but unfortunately, a great deal of the forests in the area are being destroyed by mountain pine beetles. Do you have mountain pine […]

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Growth Regulators

February 7, 2023

Growth regulators are a class of chemicals that cause hormonal changes in plants. The resulting change in hormones can cause the tree to grow in a different manner than if left untreated which results in a regulated growth pattern which […]

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Pruning Trees in Winter in Colorado

January 31, 2023

  Pruning trees is an important part of maintaining the health and appearance of your landscape, but it is important to take certain precautions when pruning in the winter months. Cold temperatures, ice, and snow can all make tree pruning […]

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Fall leaves on trees lining a neighborhood street, showing the changing of leaves from green to yellow to red.

Property Line Tree Disputes and How to Handle or Avoid Them

December 29, 2022

Many homeowners want to have mature trees on their property. They provide shade, they are pretty to look at, help provide cleaner air in your surroundings, and provide some natural beauty. The downside of trees is that they can get […]

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Tips and Tricks for Getting Your Christmas Tree To Last | Splintered Forest Tree Services

December 19, 2022

  ‘Tis the season for holiday festivities and Christmas trees!  In order to maximize the enjoyment time, many families like to put out their Christmas trees as early as possible, but if you don’t have a fake tree that means trying […]

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How to Identify Ash Trees

December 13, 2022

Ash trees are a popular native tree species in the United States and are often planted as street or landscape trees. Ash trees are part of the Fraxinus genus and there are various species of ash trees in Colorado, including […]

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Japanese Beetles in Colorado

What to Do: Japanese Beetles in Colorado | Splintered Forest Tree Services

November 8, 2022

  If you’re noticing that the leaves on your plants suddenly look like a lacey skeleton, the issue may be Japanese beetles. On the front range of Colorado, Japanese beetles tend to strike in late June, July, and August. They […]

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emerald ash borer beetle marking on tree's inner lining.

Identifying Emerald Ash Borer Signs of Damage | Advice From Splintered Forest Tree Services

September 30, 2022

Emerald ash borer, or EAB as it is commonly referred to, is an emerald green beetle that feeds on ash species of trees. What do you need to about EAB? Will this pesky little beetle harm your trees? Here’s everything […]

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