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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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Caring for your Colorado Trees

Posted on: April 17th, 2017

There are a number of ways to care for your Colorado trees in order to maintain their health and beauty. According to the USDA Forest Service, healthy, mature trees add an average of 10 percent to a property’s value, and Swingle wants to help you protect that investment. Learn more about tree services for metro…

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How to Treat and Control Dandelions

Posted on: April 12th, 2017

Everyone is getting outside to enjoy the warmer weather in Colorado. However, as soon as you begin to take in the blue sky, birds chirping and sun’s ray, you may start to notice dandelions popping out of your lawn. Dandelions have little trouble growing in Colorado. But rest assured, Swingle is here to help you treat…

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Insect Control: Tiny Threats to Your Landscape

Posted on: April 11th, 2017

Summer will be here before you know it and soon everyone will be enjoying the outdoors. From barbecuing to backyard pool parties, you may soon notice a few “tiny” problems threatening your landscape. Swingle’s experts are talking about insect control for tiny insects and pests, which can damage your lawn and trees, making the effort…

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Celebrate Mother’s Day with Denver Botanic Gardens & Swingle

Posted on: April 10th, 2017

Anna Jarvis is often credited with creating the holiday we celebrate every second Sunday in May – Mother’s Day. Becoming an official US holiday back in 1914, Jarvis conceived the holiday as a way of honoring the sacrifices her mother and mothers all across the country continually made for the sake of their children. No…

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Ips Beetle

Posted on: March 28th, 2017

Ips beetles, also known as engraver beetles, burrow under tree bark before tunneling through the tree – damaging and killing pine and spruce trees. There are eleven species of Ips beetles in Colorado – all unique from one another. On pines, they follow the typical playbook – attacking weak and severely stressed trees. Spruce Ips…

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Lawn Service: Core Aeration

Posted on: March 22nd, 2017

Lawn services, such as a core aeration, has numerous benefits – which will help ensure you’ll have a healthy, thick lawn throughout the optimal growing season. Not only that, but core aeration is also a foundational cultural practice of proper, long-term lawn care in Colorado. What is it about core aeration that makes it such…

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Spring Lawn Care Tips

Posted on: March 21st, 2017

Spring is finally here and the lawn care experts at Swingle want to share 5 spring lawn care tips to get your lawn looking great for the warm weather ahead. 5 Spring Lawn Maintenance Tips for Denver, CO Tip #1: Now is the best time to start preparing the lawn for spring. If you didn’t…

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Six Spring Lawn Care Myths

Posted on: March 17th, 2017

Have you ever wondered when’s the right time to apply fertilizer to your lawn or whether it’s okay to cut the grass really short? To help you get your spring and summer Colorado lawn care off to a great start, and in celebration of National Lawn Care Month in April, the National Association of Landscape Professionals offers…

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Spring Lawn Care Q&A

Posted on: March 10th, 2017

The growing season is upon us, and it’s time to start preparing your landscape for the warmer weather. Swingle, the lawn care experts, want to share some answers to some commonly asked questions. Q: Should I water my lawn over the winter and in the early spring? A: Yes, especially if little to no moisture…

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