Why Homeowners prefer Mountain High Tree & Lawn for Lawn Care When the Lawn professionals at Mountain High Tree and Lawn are on your property, they can give information and make recommendations to help your lawn’s heath and vigor. In addition to having a professional look over your property, the applicators have a knowledge and understanding […]
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Spring Lawn Care
It’s early April along the Front Range and our Spring is in full swing. Temperatures have been higher than normal and weeds have already started to plague lawns. As you look out over your yard you might ask how hard is it to improve and maintain a lawn. Most homeowners start with the basics: A little […]
Mowing for a healthy lawn
As the first few warm days of spring bring forth the promise of enjoying the outdoors for things like bike riding, hiking, camping and playing golf, it is also time to get ready to spend time on your property doing things like grilling, gardening, and lawn mowing. Mowing falls into a large spectrum for people. […]
Early Spring means …. Weeds! What to do
Are you seeing a sea of yellow instead of a green lawn or are other weeds already getting under your skin? Weeds this year have come much earlier than we are used to. Much of this is because of the late winter and early spring with warm weather followed by late March moisture. The stress […]
Trees: Once again, the weather this early spring has driven how we care for our landscapes. The first three months of 2017 have been very dry and much warmer than normal so we have been telling everyone to get outside and water their landscapes. Over the last two weeks we have begun to see the […]
Tree of the Month – The Golden Raintree!
It’s that time of year again! The Crabapples and Pears are in bloom, and buds are beginning to sprout. This month we’re going to take a look at a gorgeous flowering tree called the Golden Rain Tree (Koelreuteria paniculata). This tree grows to a height of 35’ and spreads to around 35’. It has large […]
Spring has Sprung!
March was mild and warm with Colorado Springs breaking several record high temperatures. Just today I saw flowering Forsythia, Plum and Crabapple trees. This is easily 3 weeks ahead of a normal year. The National Phenology Network tracks the start of spring, called the Spring Leaf Index, by measuring the appearance of leaves, blossoms and […]
The time is right to start caring for your lawn:
Early spring is the time to get a jump on getting a happy and healthy lawn for the entire season. A good green-up in the spring will help with root development and will allow the yard to fill in any winter damage more quickly. By acting now, your lawn will also be much better prepared […]
A Wild and Wacky January!
January is a month that surprises us. It is one of the driest months of the year, but in many ways it is the most exciting. January 2017 has set many records for both Mountain High and the Pikes Peak region. Record breaking winds peaking over 100 mph hit on January 9 and 10 toppling […]
Employee of the Year – Kara Jahn
Congratulations Kara Jahn for receiving the Employee of the Year award! This award was not easy to receive not to mention there was a lot of competition! Kara’s can do attitude, not to mention all of the knowledge that Kara has, makes her invaluable to MHTree. Rain, snow, hail, or sun, she’s as reliable as […]