Dormant Season Pruning

The Dormant Season is Almost Over! Now is the time to have your trees inspected and pruned.  As we emerge from the dormant season things will change quickly. Before you know it, your landscape will be bursting with new growth! Not surprisingly, many people pay less attention to their trees and landscape at the end…

Landscapers Share Their Favorite Plants

My Favorite Tree Northeast / Mid-Atlantic / Midwest Gingko Biloba (Maidenhair tree) Believe it or not, the Gingko Biloba is actually a living fossil and can live as long as 3000 years! Its column-like, pyramidal structure; unique, fan shaped leaves; and burst of yellow color in the fall make it an appealing addition to the…

Client Spotlight: Colorado College

Client Spotlight: Colorado College Trees have featured prominently in the campus history of Colorado College. Built on an exposed, treeless, semi-arid plain, the first tree planting initiative on campus was completed in 1876, with fifty cent donations from townsfolk. In 1904, General Palmer, founder of Colorado Springs, shipped the striking European Lindens from England that…

Company Update

SavATree Supporting our Veterans SavATree is proud to be an official sponsor and partner of Saluting Branches: Arborists United for Veteran Remembrance, a national day of service charity dedicated to honoring our fallen veterans. In 2017, SavATree’s volunteer tree and landscape services took place at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in South Minneapolis, Minnesota. SavATree Branches Out…

Colorado lawn

Special Care For Colorado Lawns

Growing and keeping a healthy lawn in the Front Range Urban Corridor can be tricky, especially for people relocating to Colorado’s arid climate. Colorado lawns require special care to ensure healthy growth. Local conditions present many challenges to establishing and maintaining a healthy green lawn. A serious problem is constant water restrictions. In many areas, it…

Yes, Plants Do That

We’re proud of the role our company and our profession play in environmental stewardship. We help our clients – residential, municipal, and institutional – nurture and enjoy their landscapes, and in so doing, teach and support best practices for sustainability and resource conservation that benefits all of us. We love what we do and feel lucky…