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The Benefits of Wood Chips for Landscaping

October 10, 2023

Using Wood Chip Landscaping Material for a Beautiful Garden In recent years, wood chip landscaping has gained popularity among garden enthusiasts. This natural material not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of your garden but also provides various benefits for the […]

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green shiny emerald ash borer invasive beetle insect species, named for this because they kill ash trees by laying eggs and boring into the bark

What you need to know about EAB injections

August 8, 2023

Emerald ash borer (commonly referred to as EAB) is an insect that was introduced to North America in the 1990s (native to Asia).  Due to the millions of ash trees that EAB has killed, it is now considered the most […]

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Douglas-Fir Tussock Moth

April 24, 2023

WHAT IS IT? Douglas-Fir Tussock Moth, Orgyia pseudotsugata, is a moth that infests true firs, Douglas-fir, and spruces. Its preferred hosts are Douglas-Firs. Although the moth is a native species, with the right environment and circumstances outbreaks can be seen […]

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Apple trees in an orchard

Guide to Fruit Trees in Colorado

March 15, 2023

Fruit trees can be a valuable part of any landscape. Whether it’s for their fruit or just their flowers it is important to care for your trees to make sure they are around for years to come.   PRUNING FRUIT […]

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Close up of mountain pine beetle.

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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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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Tussock Moth caterpillar on pine tree limb

What Do You Need to Know?

June 10, 2020

Douglas-Fir Tussock Moth Have you noticed that your trees have shriveled and started to turn a reddish-brown color?  You may have an infestation of the Douglas-Fir Tussock Moth.  The first signs of attack usually appear in late spring (around bud break).  Here is […]

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