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What our clients are saying...

You have the best workers...truly gentlemen.

Patty M.
Carbondale

Thanks for the great work.  Really pleased.

Ned C.
Snowmass Village

You are a great service - very professional and organized.

Mary Jo K.
Aspen

Thank you for taking such good care of our landscape and trees!

Judy H.
Carbondale

You are wise indeed.  Your men out in the field are educated and thorough...glad I discovered you after all these years.

Diana G.
Snowmass Village

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Serving Pitkin, Garfield and Eagle Counties
We are the Plant Health Care Specialists
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Earth-Wise Horticultural, Inc.

We take our name seriously.  Since 1994, we have been providing a balanced approach to plant health care needs in the unique mountain communities of Colorado. We are a licensed and insured company specializing in insect and disease treatment and tree trimming and removal. Whether you want to protect your trees or keep your plants looking their best, Earth-Wise’s knowledge and superior customer service has you covered. From our base of operations in Glenwood Springs, we service Pitkin, Garfield and Eagle County residences, municipalities and commercial properties.

 

What's New - Fall 2014

 

 

Fall Needle Shedding

Every fall Earth-Wise receives phone calls from customers concerned about the browning needles on their pine, spruce and fir trees.  Not to worry, this is a normal process.  Depending on species, location and overall health of the tree, conifers typically hold on to needles for 3 – 7 years.  Older needles become less efficient at photosynthesis due to shading from new growth and excess wax buildup.  Thus, these older needles are no longer productive for the tree and they are shed in the fall.  

 Brown Needles on Pine Trees