Almost 55 years ago, there was a house on South Broadway with a tree growing through it. Well, it was growing through the center of the attached carport roof which seemed an odd place to have a tree. It was a curious sight from the perspective of the back seat of the family car. Not much in suburban Littleton was curious, but instead homogenous.
There’s nothing quite like the scent of a fresh-cut Christmas tree to put you in the holiday spirit. And there’s nothing like cleaning up fallen, dried-up needles and dragging it to the curb to get you out of it.
Hoss and Little Joe may have roamed the Ponderosa in Nevada, but the Ponderosa pine is right at home along Colorado’s Front Range. In fact, it’s the most widely distributed pine in North America, covering vast areas of the western US including 2 million acres in Colorado. The Nature Conservancy considers it one of the five most iconic trees of the state. It plays a vital role in Colorado’s drinking water supply, especially in the heavily populated areas of the Front Range. Its thick foliage and carpet of needles hold snow and moisture, tempering runoff and making the Ponderosa pine a high priority for conservation and forest management.
We offer free estimates for tree planting, pruning, removal, cabling and bracing. We also specialize in trimming, transplanting and fertilizing shrubs and bushes. Contact us now, we are ready to help you