Tree Top Times

Get to Know Chad Szpunar

Get to know us – Meet Chad Szpunar My name is Chad Szpunar.  Before starting work with Mountain High Tree in November of 2014, I owned and operated a small tree care service in Albuquerque, New Mexico for 9 years.  Currently I am a foreman at Mountain High Tree in the tree pruning and removal […]

Lawn and Native Grass Weeds at all time HIGH!

Lawn manager, Lee Kral says that weeds are the worst that he has ever seen them. Is yours or your neighbors yard turning yellow?  Call us at Mountain High Tree, we can help.  Weeds have been out of control this season as the weather has created the perfect condition for them to take hold. “Fairy […]

Mild conditions – what insects to look out for.

Thus far our spring has been mild in temperature and blessed with periodic moisture. These mild conditions have helped many trees produce abundant foliage. Abundant foliage may look pleasing, but can also offer an expansive pallet of food for many chronic insects like aphids, mites, and scales. The insects can have multiple generations in a […]

Vole Damage is Rapidly Appearing

Now that temperatures are warming, the chewing and feeding done by voles this winter is showing up with a vengeance. Especially hard hit are areas of Monument and the Broadmoor. Many spreading and mounding junipers are yellowing and browning rapidly.               Quick facts on voles: • Often called meadow, […]

Get to Know Vincent Manus – Lawn Care Specialist

Get to Know Vincent Manus – Lawn Care Specialist My name is Vincent Manus. I was born and raised in Denver, yes a true native! Before Mountain High I was going to school and playing football in college. I started my college career at Glendale Community College and played there my Freshman and Sophomore years. Then […]

Colorado Springs hit hard by snow!

Springtime in Colorado never ceases to amaze us. April 29th was National Arbor Day for planting trees, yet Colorado Springs got a dose of wet sloppy snow. It brought wonderful moisture and an anticipation of flowers and a green up of our trees and shrubs in May. The heavy snow caused some breakage in Elms, […]

Spring weather, your trees and what to look out for!

Spring in Colorado can be hard on our landscapes. This spring is no exception with two significant snow storms that resulted in major limb breakage. This damage impacts our trees in many ways, some immediate and obvious, and some are delayed and are more difficult to see. It is easy to see how the limbs […]

Tree Growth Regulator

Choose Cambistat for Growth Reduction and Other Health Benefits Cambistat is a soil applied plant growth regulator. Tree species differ in sensitivity to Cambistat, which allows for growth reduction varying from between 30% to 60% over a three-year period—and that’s just from one treatment. In addition, Cambistat also redirects some of the energy that would […]