For years Highlands Ranch has been considered a new county although it is technically unincorporated. New buildings, new people, and new trees. These young trees haven’t had the opportunity to provide many of the benefits trees provide for an area.
But as the years have gone by Highlands Ranch trees have begun maturing along with it. Comment on this post if you have a true success!
Highlands Ranch is known for its lack of trees making it look like a suburban desert where shade is a rare commodity. This is beginning to change because the trees are maturing and they will begin to grow quickly into a tree that provides all the benefits that you expect from them such as shade, wind-breaking, and aesthetic beauty.
The droughts of 2002 and this year, 2012 have killed young trees which slowed the canopy development. Many homeowners have had to start over when an initial tree fails.
Mature trees provide great benefits but they do require a fair amount of maintenance to keep them healthy and vibrant. You’ve invested energy and resources into your home and lawn. It is paying off so make sure your trees do the same. after all, a mature tree can transform a yard.
Do the following actions so you can get the most out of your trees: