1. Upcycling Your Fallen Tree

    Trees go through a life cycle much like every other plant species, yet trees have an uncanny ability to live on through humans. Trees are omnipotent. While living, trees give oxygen, shelter, food, and much more to all surrounding organisms. This extraordinary ability to sustain goodness transcends a tree’s life and flourishes in its death. Trees, with proper care from Mother Nature and the …Read More

  2. What Is The Root Flare And How Do You Find It?

    Trees are known to outlive many human generations throughout its lifetime. Planting a new tree is a great environmental act. As Northern Colorado continues to grow, many natural areas are being developed, so when you plant a tree, the earth thanks you. It’s important to plant a new tree correctly otherwise it will die in the first 20 to 30 years of its life. Planting a tree is relatively simple.…Read More

  3. Colorado Tree Care: How To Plant A New Tree

    As the experts say, “It’s better to put a $10 tree into a $100 hole than a $100 tree in a $10 hole.” This builds upon the notion that tree care goes much further than the type of tree for which you are caring. You have to take it back to the roots. Back to the place of nutritional growth. Once the roots figure it out, your tree will grow for years and years to beautify the great state of Col…Read More

  4. Welcome to Lumber Jack & Jill’s Blog

    Hello! We are Mike and Emily, and we are the Lumber Jack and Jill. Thanks for visiting our blog. It will serve as our way of sharing the news, stories and general happenings of the tree service industry as well as an insight into our projects around Northern Colorado. We have been caring for trees in this area since 2006, and we are quite proud of the work we do. We love trees, and we love taking …Read More