November 2021

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Before everyone goes their separate ways this Thanksgiving, we wanted to let you know how much we appreciate having you as a client. Working with people like you is what makes our job great, and that’s something for which we are truly thankful. We wish you all the best this holiday season and in the coming year.

~Autumn Tree Crew~

Autumn Tree Lawn and Landscape Maple Pruning

Are your trees looking a little worse for wear?

Autumn Tree Lawn and Landscape is taking you to new heights. Our crew strives to keep your trees looking and feeling their best. Here is our crew pruning a large Maple in a client's backyard. We are committed to providing the highest quality service, so we always take care of every detail with precision and pride.

It’s time for you to get on board with Autumn Tree Lawn & Landscape. Contact us today at (303) 868-3164 or visit our website for more information about how we can help you reach new heights.




Mention this ad and take advantage of our 10% winter discount by authorizing winter services today.

Work authorized will be scheduled between 12/1/2021 - 3/1/2022.

*Limited to pruning, removals, and stump grinding only.

Not valid with any other services.

Daylight Savings Time Is Coming

Before you go to bed this Sunday,

November 7th don't forget to set your clock BACK one hour.

Autumn Tree Lawn & Landscape is a 2021 Nextdoor neighborhood favorite. Thanks to all our neighbors that voted, we're the number one company for tree and lawn care needs! When you need tree and lawn care, there is no better company than Autumn Tree Lawn & Landscape. We service the Denver metro area, so give us a shout if you need any services done today--we're here for ya'.

Give your lawn the protection it needs

Lawn mites are a common destructive insect that will cause severe damage to drought-stressed turf in the Denver area. These pesky, microscopic bugs feed on grass roots until they've destroyed nearly all of your beautiful yard's green coloration-- usually starting in November. It only gets worse through the winter when these critters feast like there's no tomorrow. When spring rolls around and your lawn is still brown then chances are your lawn has been invaded by bank mites.

When it comes to mite treatment, we'll take care of your lawn needs with a customized plan. Our technician will first assess your property and potential environments where these pests live before designing an effective service for you.

Protect your home from pests

Thanks to the innovative Bug Barrier Program, you can enjoy a pest-free home or business without having to worry about these pesky creatures. This five-application program is designed at keeping pests out for weeks at a time and it’s guaranteed to work throughout the entire year. You may not be able to see them, but that doesn't mean they're not there - are spiders one of your worst fears? Contact us today if you want peace of mind this winter.

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Pines are known for their ability to thrive in difficult terrains. However, even pines succumb to diseases. The broad range of fungal diseases that cause foliar discoloration and needle loss in conifers is known as "needle casts" or " needle blight." While visually unappealing, these diseases rarely lead to tree mortality on their own. However, they do reduce plant vigor making affected trees more susceptible to pest problems. We recommend removing all fallen foliage. Do not add infected foliage to compost piles. Winter watering the tree will help it recover from the stress. If needle cast continues for multiple years or spreads to other pines then Autumn Tree is happy to set up a treatment program.

Desiccation is defined as a state of extreme dryness in the tree industry. This condition can be damaging to evergreens, which don’t typically drop their needles in the fall in preparation for colder temperatures. Plant roots are unable to obtain the necessary water when the soil begins to freeze and they begin using all stored water from leaves, stems, small branches, and needle nooks on top of any snowpack that remains on them. If you have evergreen trees or shrubs we recommend taking preventative measures. Our anti-desiccant application (applied directly to leaves and needles) provides a protective coating, which helps reduce the amount of water that escapes during drier months.

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