Bullard Tree and Garden originally started out only offering tree care services to residential & commercial properties across the Northwest Denver Metro Area, however we have evolved our business by offering new services over the last couple of years to include Landscaping & Garden Bed building/installation.
Forrest formed Bullard Tree and Garden in 2015 after working for big, corporate tree companies. Forrest is a second generation tree climber, who grew up on forestry jobs in the southeast.
Forrest has a background in Wildland Firefighting, Conservation Trail work, and other dirty jobs.
Forrest is an ISA Certified Arborist, Sustainable Landscape Management Certification from the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado (ALCC) & has an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Customer Care, Office Manager
Tegan is Forrest's sister, she joined Bullard Tree & Garden in late 2021 & oversees customer relations & everything behind the scenes.
She handles all the phone calls, emails, scheduling & everything else when it comes our office operations.
Dylan has been working at Bullard Tree & Garden since 2022. He has a background in gardening and a passion for plants, and European diesel cars. Dylan likes to travel and is a great addition to the team.
Bullard Tree & Garden Certifications
SLM Certified landscape professionals are committed to apply practices which strive to preserve the limited and valuable natural resources such as water and promote longevity and natural maturity of plant materials. Other goals of SLM are to reduce waste generation, and efficiently use chemicals, equipment, and crew time. The overall goal of Sustainable Landscape Management is to apply the right maintenance practices at the right time.
In addition to addressing planting and pruning methods, SLM makes recommendations for a more proactive or preventive approach to landscape maintenance which involves recognizing and testing various soil conditions, recognition and prevention of insect damage, proper care and maintenance of turf, irrigation, system management, repairs, and updates. Other areas target correcting erosion, water run-off, and pesticide and herbicide applications. The combination of a good sustainable landscape design with proper landscape and water management can create more aesthetic pleasing surroundings and higher quality communities.