Why Your Tree is Turning Brown Every fall spruce and pine trees come into balance by shedding interior needles and less productive limbs that are unable to be supported by the tree’s root system. This is a natural phenomenon and should not be confused with impacts from insect or disease. Trees that are in wet sites, have pushed a lot…
CARING FOR TREES
Our mission is to preserve and restore trees throughout the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond
Trees have the highest value of any landscape asset, but they are often overlooked in maintenance budgets. Pruning and natural care will insure they thrive for years to come.
You can rest assured that the work we recommend and perform is what’s best for your trees. Your landscape is a highly valuable asset to your property, you should be sure that it’s being cared for as such.
Aspen Tree Service has been accredited in accordance with Tree Care Company Accreditation standards put forth by the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA), America’s oldest and most respected tree care trade association. Accredited tree care companies must re-apply every three years so that their practices can be reviewed and the continuation of best business practices can be verified.
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The Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis) is an invasive species discovered in Michigan in 2002. Most likely introduced from Asian origins, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) has killed tens of millions of trees in Michigan alone and tens of millions more across the eastern United States. While the adult EAB is only minimally damaging by feeding on foliage, EAB larvae…
What’s happening right now to the trees in the mountains of Colorado? Trees are beginning to come awake! As soil temperatures warm- microbial activity within the soil is becoming active. Flower buds are swelling and root growth is beginning to occur. Any time soil temperatures are above freezing your trees still need water. If it continues to stay dry, you…