November 2023

Pro Tips


Trees do not need summer heat to suffer from drought stress. Make sure your trees are hydrated. Focus on the critical root zone when watering. Getting your Deep Root Watering this time of year is very important to your trees winter health.

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Cleaning leaves and debris from the base of your tree, will help prevent mildew, wetting foliage, the spread of diseases, and infestations of insects that may hide and take cover in these prime camping grounds. Keeping the ground clear around your trees will not only benefit them but it will also promote lawn health.


This is a great way to help your trees make it through the winter. Trees and shrubs lose moisture through their pores which are located on their needles, this is one of a few possible negative effects from winter weather. To read more about this, check out our weekly blog. 

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American Indian Winter

Storytelling Hour series

by JoDene Sherwood

November 5th and 19th

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Fort

19192 Colorado 8

Morrison, CO 80465

Nov. 5th - Lessons From the Sky are about the Sky People and their interactions with the people on Mother Earth. Love, betrayal, and consequences are all a part of the stories. A Jingle Dance demonstration is planned to accompany the afternoon stories.

Nov. 19th - stories of The Hunter's Moon! Find out the tales and beliefs held by hunters and learn about things you should or should not do while hunting alone. A Grass Dance demonstration is planned.

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Veteran's Day

Parade & Festival

November 11, 2023

7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

City Park

2001 Colorado Blvd.

Denver, CO 80205

Demver Veterans Day Festival on November 11th. This Family Friendly event offers:

-5k run for Veterans (all procedes from runners goes to helping Colorado Veterans)

-Free admission

-Music stage

-Kids & family activities

-Military displays

-Food, beverage and apparel vendors

This festival serves as a celebratory, "THANK YOU" to the men and women who have fought for our freedoms and country.

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November 17, 2023 thru

January 7, 2023

4:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Botanic Gardens

1007 York Street

Denver, CO 80206

Jump start the holiday season with a LED Holiday light extraveganza. The Blossoms of Light has been a Denver tradition for over 3 decades at the Botanic Gardens.

Onsite cafe is open for treats and drinks sales to keep you warm and happy

Botanic Gardens also offers a trail of lights at the Chatfield Farms location. Fun for the whole family

$25 Adults

$23 Seniors (65+)

$21 Children (ages 3-15)

Free admission for children 2 and younger 

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Star of the month for November is..... Seth! Many of you may recognize our Lawn specialist, he has treated many of your lawns over the past couple of years. Seth has worked at Autumn Tree since its conception in 2017. Beginning in trim and planting, he landed in Lawn two years ago. He says his favorite part about working here is being able to work in a family environment. When he is not diligently working on your lawns, he enjoys golfing, playing hockey and riding his motorcycle. His favorite tree is a Wheeping Willow. He is currently working on your 2024 Lawn proposals, so keep an eye out you will be hearing from him soon!

Bug Barrier Program

Autumn Tree has an innovative Bug Barrier Program that can stop the dreadful surprise of bugs in your home. With this 12 month, 5 application program, you can enjoy a pest free home or business without having to worry about any unexpected guests creeping up behind.. or over you all year round. These treatments help protect you and your home from ants, beetles, spiders, crickets, ear wigs and many other creepy crawly creatures.

Bank Mite Damage

November tends to bring more than just the approaching holiday cheer, microscopic insects feed on the roots of dry, drought stressed lawns until it is destroyed. When feasting on the dormant lawn the damage can go unoticed until spring. As other things start turning green your mite damaged lawn will stay brown. We recomend treatments as a preventative maintenance during times while the lawn is dry or dormant.


These other lawn eating insects are too deep underground right now to be concerned about but keep in mind as the spring approaches these Japanese Beetles in grub stage, will also be on the hunt for your lucious green lawn. Below is a lawn that went untreated for an entire season. If you get a season long preventative treatment in the spring, you will be protecting your lawn from these grass sucking vampires throughout 2024. These applicaitons will be on your annual proposals coming out soon via email in the coming month.

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Remember to Vote

November 7, 2023 All ballots must be in the hands of the county clerk by 7:00pm on election day in order to be counted. Ballots cast by military and overseas voters must be sent no later than 7:00pm on election day and received by the close of business on the 8th day after the election.

Good Bye Daylight

November 5, 2023 is the end of daylight savings. It is time to fall back an hour Sunday morning at 2:00 a.m.

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