Tree Care in Boulder: Fertilization for your Trees

By Brandy Brown | July 3, 2013

It looks like a science lab here at Blue River Forestry & Tree Care. Dale is one of our ISA Certified Arborists and also one of our specialist in compost tea brewing. Compost tea, as featured in so many of our articles is the heart of soil revitalization and root structure enhancement. The difference in […]

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Boulder Tree Service: Giving Back to the Community

By Brandy Brown | May 6, 2013

Trees add more than just aesthetic beauty to the landscapes of our local schools. Trees offer shade, a place to cool down after a game of tag, a spot for snack, and an outdoor classroom for science.  Our children play under these trees everyday. Trees are our outdoor classrooms, and providing a community school with […]

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Tree Care: Recovering from April Freeze

By Brandy Brown | May 5, 2013

This title should really read May freeze, since last week temps dropped into the low 20’s and we were hit with a foot of snow.  For most this meant cover the tomatoe plants and hope for the best, but what about the trees, we can’t very well pick them up and put them in the […]

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For the Love of Trees

By Brandy Brown | March 19, 2013

I have never met a group of people who love their jobs more than arborists do. If you ask anyone on our staff what their dream job is, they will say their doing it. Tree care is not just a job though, it’s a passion. A passion that is rewarded in the beauty of nature, […]

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Trimming for Fruit and Flowers

By Brandy Brown | February 6, 2013

Winter is generally not a time when we think of fruit and flowers, as every thing is carefully resting in its dormant period. However, this is the best time to trim your flowering and fruiting species. These species of trees are prone to diseases like bacterial leaf spot and fire blight which are both contagious […]

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Tree Care: Keeping Your Trees Hydrated

By Brandy Brown | January 18, 2013

It seems that in Boulder snow fall has an on again, off again yearly pattern. In some years our kids will be sledding every weekend and in other years we are lucky to get to go sledding at all. A common misconception about tree care is that tree care is only necessary during warm months […]

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