We always dread those fall or late spring snowstorms when trees are most susceptible to damage from snow. It doesn’t help that during this time we still have some deciduous trees with leaves left on them. This can put even more strain on the branches of our trees. Our evergreen trees, like pine […]
Your eyes are not deceiving you, winter sunburn can be a real issue for trees in Wyoming. Plants and trees can become sunburned during the winter months just like you. Similar to the sunburn we often experience, sunscald on trees can damage the leaves, stems and trunks exposed to too much strong sunlight. Below is […]
Mulch is important for your trees health! Not only will it enhance the overall look of a new planting, it will have added benefits like retaining moisture and keeping mowers/string trimmers at bay. Take a look at this fact sheet from Rainbow tree care!
After Rooted in Cheyenne plants a tree, volunteers water that tree periodically for a year, both during summer and, to the surprise of some, in winter. You may have even noticed someone watering your tree this month, even though your tree has no leaves. This is because trees and shrubs need water all year. […]
The Cheyenne Urban Forestry Division, along with local arborists, are observing an uptick in the number of dead and dying spruce trees in Cheyenne as a result of the spruce ips beetle. This beetle was first identified in Cheyenne about a year and a half ago, and appears to be building in population. The ips […]