Month: February 2013

Colorado Blue Spruce Water Requirements

When looking for a low-maintenance tree that can survive under mostly any condition, the Colorado Blue Spruce tree is the answer. These evergreens are big, strong and can live to be over 500 years old in the right conditions. How a property owner can ensure the growth and life of the blue spruce is by… Read more »

Trees are nature’s natural remedies

This blog talks mostly about the benefits of Colorado Blue Spruces in your garden, but what about the benefits of trees in general? Trees offer so many benefits in your garden and in the world in general. & Let’s go over some general benefits of having a blue spruce tree and just regular trees on… Read more »

Caring For Your Blue Spruce Tree

Various tree hazards occur naturally, and some are a result from nearby construction. Caring for your spruce is important to its health, because hazards are rarely avoidable without proper maintenance. The hazards caused by overgrown trees are dangerous to the tree, as well as passersby. For ideal safety, ensure your landscapers are pruning your spruce… Read more »

The Link Between Trees and Human Health

A new study by the U.S. Forest Service, reports there is evidence to support the fact that “exposure to the natural environment can improve human health.” Scientists with the Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Research Station saw the loss of the 100 million trees in the Eastern and Midwestern states, as an opportunity to study the… Read more »