In this Red Wing Republican Eagle story, Gail Nozal of S&S Tree and Horticultural Specialists, a Davey company, details why your evergreens may be browning this winter. Nozal also shares tips on how to help your evergreens get their color back.
Posted: January 30, 2018
Evergreen trees are usually the only thing green in our winter landscape. But when plagued by harsh weather or infestation in winter, the trees can be more brown than green.
While this can be an eyesore, it isn't normal and could be a serious problem. But does it mean the tree is dying from the top down? Or is the tree just in need of some TLC?