Natural forests are filled with strong, healthy trees – some of which can be hundreds of years old. Compared to those found in urban areas, these trees are much more resilient against diseases and infestations. They do not require trimming, fertilization, or other forms of tree care in order to survive and thrive. This is because the conditions in a forest are often far more amenable to plant life than a manmade landscape. There is an abundance of nutrients in the soil, as well as a variety of natural processes that continually help to maintain the vigor of forest trees. To achieve the same results with the trees on your property, you will require a proper maintenance and care program. At Centennial Tree Services, our certified arborists provide a range of services to foster the healthy growth of urban trees found on residential and commercial properties across South Denver. Their deep understanding of tree biology enables them to work with customers to address a variety of tree care concerns, including malnourishment, storm damage, infestations, disease, and more.
The soil found on your property may be deficient in a number of crucial nutrients needed to sustain a tree. Tree fertilization is one way to provide your trees with a boost of essential nutrients such as phosphorus, nitrogen, and potassium. This will help to improve the health of your trees, which will in turn make them less susceptible to diseases and infestations. If you are unsure whether your trees require additional fertilization, feel free to contact us to have an experienced arborist come to assess your property.
When to Fertilize
If your tree appears to be in good health and your soil is rich with nutrients, there is no need for additional fertilization. However, there are a few signs that can indicate a tree is not receiving adequate nutrients, oxygen, or water. The leaves may be smaller than normal, and pale green or yellow in color. In addition to sparse foliage, annual twig growth may also be less than usual and there may be an increase in dead branches. A professional arborist will be able to help you pinpoint the exact cause of the problem and recommend an appropriate solution. Our company can provide you with a tree fertilization program tailored to meet the needs of your tree, as well as assist in treating issues such as disease or damage that has resulted from decreased tree health.
Tree and Shrub Fertilization
We offer a range of tree and shrub care services designed to promote the healthy growth of your woody plants. From trimming and pruning to fertilization, our company offers year-round assistance with the maintenance of any and all trees and shrubs on your residential or commercial property.
Centennial Certified Arborists
At Centennial Tree Services, we take pride in the work that we do because we understand the immense value that healthy trees and shrubs can bring to property owners. Our years of experience in tree care, as well as our commitment to helping customers, has made us the top tree service company in the South Denver, CO area.