Keeping up with your tree and lawn care varies with the seasons. If you want to keep your lawn healthy and looking good all year round, we suggest you follow our seasonal tips when appropriate. That way your trees and lawn will live a happy, healthy life while looking great throughout the years.
Summers in Colorado can be moderately hot and very, very dry! Grasses, trees and shrubs that thrive in a summer climate of low relative humidity and lots of sunshine still need periodic care and maintenance, while periodic lightening and hail can cause unexpected and sometimes irreversible damage. Learn more on our summer services page.
Fall is a very important time of the year to upkeep and take care of your trees and lawn. This is the time of year in which leaves are changing colors and, later, in which trees lose their leaves all together. The reason for this is due to the lack of energy the trees are receiving. Trees go into a dormant state in the winter, so it is crucial for the health of the tree to properly prepare them for the harsh conditions to come. Learn more on our fall services page.
Winter is a harsh time in Colorado, especially on our trees. Harsh and drying winds, randomly fluctuating temperatures, snow and ice are just a few of the elements trees and shrubs must deal with. Branches can break under heavy snow conditions and can damage or even kill your trees if you don’t take the proper precautions. Learn more on our winter services page.
Spring is a very important time for your trees and lawn. Summer is just around the corner, and there are many steps you can take to prepare your yard for the hot, dry weather to come. Among the important aspects are core aeration, lawn fertilization, tree trimming, and overseeding. Learn more on our spring services page.