It may seem like your trees hibernate for the winter, but the truth is that there’s still plenty of action going on below ground. Roots continue growing beneath the soil, and they need water and nutrients year-round.
Summers in Colorado are short enough without spending hours tending to trees and shrubs. Wouldn’t Dad rather be relaxing in the beautiful Colorado outdoors than working in the yard pruning and trimming?
By Paul Donovan | November 24, 2015 0
Once trees go dormant in late fall most people assume the tree is shut down for the year. This is not true.