Remove dead and unsightly branches and limbs from trees to make them more aesthetically pleasing and decrease the risk of insect and decay organisms.
When the tree poses a threat to people or property, is clearly dead, or has undergone serious root damage, it may be time to remove the tree.
Trees are an important part of every community! Finding the proper species that will thrive in Colorado’s unique environment can sometimes be a challenge.
Are you looking to transform your open space? Do you want to add some value to your property? We can help you design and implement a tree program.
Whether you just purchased ten mountain acres, and would like it cleared of trees, or just want to thin out that ‘forest’ in your back yard, Royal Tree can do it.
Tired of that unsightly stump in your yard? Royal Tree can quickly and effectively grind it down a maximum 10 inches below grade.
Cabling and bracing trees can reduce the risk of failure and prolong the life of the tree. Call an arborist at Royal Tree today for a free consultation!
Water is one of the most essential things for trees to survive. It is especially important for newly planted (or transplanted) trees. Newly planted trees are vulnerable to stress of being moved and transplanted into a new environment, and it may cause death. Proper watering can ease stress and grow healthy. There is […]
Emerald ash borer (EAB) is a green jewel beetle native to eastern Asia that feeds on Ash species. In its native range, it is not considered a significant pest. Outside its native range, it is an invasive species and is highly destructive to ash trees native to northwest Europe and North America. The natural […]
Emerald ash borer (EAB) is a green jewel beetle native to eastern Asia that feeds on Ash species. In its native range, it is not considered a significant pest. Outside its native range, it is an invasive species and is highly destructive to ash trees native to northwest Europe and North America. The […]
Rain is one of the most essential things to grow plants and trees. When it rains too little, everything dries up and dies. Too much is as bad as too little. Heavy rain also can damage trees and plants causing mildew and mold. So, how can you protect your yard from heavy rain? […]
Deer are beautiful animals, but if you have a garden with lots of “deer food,” they are not welcome to visit you any more. Male deer have antlers, and they rub them on the trees to get rid of fuzzy covering and make them sharp. This can be a huge stress for the trees. […]
People thinks trees are supposed to grow straight up to the sky. However, you can see many trees leaning towards the ground. Why does this happen? One of the possible reasons is loose soil when you plant or especially transplant a tree. If the soil is too loose, the weight of a tree can cause […]