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5 Farmers Markets to Attend this Summer

Posted on: July 19th, 2017

Looking for locally grown, farm-fresh produce? What about Palisade peaches without having to drive hours away? Well, instead of walking up and down aisles at the grocery store this summer, hoping to find locally grown produce, get outside and support local merchants at one of these five farmers markets. Cherry Creek Fresh Market Location: East 1st Avenue and University Boulevard,…

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5 Places to Celebrate the Fourth of July

Posted on: June 27th, 2017

Pull out the red, white, and blue and get ready to celebrate Independence Day in Colorado! Experience classic car shows, parades, and of course fireworks from all over the Front Range with these 5 places to celebrate the Fourth of July! Boulder: From the annual Ralphie’s Indepedence Day Blast to the Craig Towler Freedom Run,…

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Brown Spots on Lawn?

Posted on: June 27th, 2017

Do you have brown spots on your lawn? The culprit is a lawn fungal disease known as, Ascochyta leaf spot. Conditions that favor Ascochyta are not well understood, but usually brown spots on lawns occur just after unseasonably warm weather preceded by cool and wet weather. Learn more about our lawn fungus control service. Water…

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Protecting & Nurturing Native Bees in Landscapes

Posted on: June 14th, 2017

The news has been buzzing about the decline of our bee populations, and the dramatic consequences their loss could have globally. Bees are invaluable pollinators when it comes to the crops that feed human appetites. In fact, 70 out the top 100 food crops are pollinated by bees. Although honey bees are typically what one…

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3 Hot Summer Landscape Tips

Posted on: June 13th, 2017

There’s no denying the fact that it’s hot across the Front Range. We’ve officially reached 90-degree temperatures and your landscape might need some extra help this summer in order to keep it healthy. To help ensure that your landscape looks its best, we wanted to share a list of summer landscape tips to help protect…

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What to plant in place of an Ash tree?

Posted on: June 8th, 2017

Written by Tony Hahn, Landscape Care Consultant at Swingle Some of you may have noticed that ash trees are no longer for sale at many nurseries throughout Colorado. The reason is no bigger than a penny, but has killed over 50 million Ash trees across 29 states. It is known as Emerald Ash Borer (EAB),…

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5 Colorado Front Range Events in June

Posted on: May 24th, 2017

The sun is out and the temperatures are finally warming up. Now is a good time to enjoy a variety of different events and festivals across the Front Range in June. We know Colorado has a lot to offer, but here are five things to do in June that you and the whole family can…

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Top 5 Lawn Diseases

Posted on: May 18th, 2017

Even the best cared for lawns can be vulnerable to lawn disease. Now that the weather is warming up, it’s a great time to understand and prevent the top 5 lawn diseases that impact lawns across the Front Range. 1. Ascochyta In Colorado, ascochyta appears in the spring and summer months. The spring infections typically recover…

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Emerald Ash Borer Management Plan for Commercial Properties

Posted on: May 17th, 2017

The time is now to start developing your Emerald Ash Borer management plan. Will you be prepared when EAB hits your community? Partner with Colorado’s commercial tree service experts and we will guide you through the process. Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is aggressive and unforgiving – attacking all ash trees in its way. It is responsible…

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Mistakes of the past and present: Monocultures

Posted on: May 3rd, 2017

Written by Tony Hahn, Landscape Care Consultant at Swingle Growing up in the Midwest during the 1960’s, I witnessed the demise of many American elms. These huge elms often grew together, with adjacent trees forming a lush, green, shady tunnel over the street. I remember how much I loved the three American elm trees that…

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