Our arborist advice section is the most extensive expert collection of tree, lawn and landscape care tips and educational resources that you will find anywhere.
Follow our winter checklist to keep your trees and landscape healthy by identifying potential issues.
Consider these timely tree tips when caring for your trees this year.
Cutting large diameter main branches of a tree back to stubs in an effort to reduce height can promote tree decline.
One pruning technique, called “subordination pruning,” involves selectively shortening, or subordinating, selected leaders and branches to encourage the growth of others. By doing this, we attempt to duplicate the way trees grow in the forest.
Less is more when mulching your trees. If you cover your tree’s root collar with a mound of mulch and soil, you’ll bury the chances of enjoying a long-lived tree. Although time-consuming, root collar excavation is worth the labor to save your trees.
Proper measures must be taken to preserve the natural surrounding areas of any construction site. The development of a tree protection area is critical for newly developed areas for many reasons.
The how’s and why’s of pest management have become a more important part of our lives. We have switched our focus away from simply controlling the pest and directed our attention toward managing the trees and shrubs themselves. Preventive procedures have taken center stage over curative ones.
Proper mulching is critical in conserving moisture, suppressing weeds and moderating soil temperature. But it’s easy to buy and spread too much.
Davey Can Help You Manage Your Homeowners Association’s Trees and Natural Resources. Davey Resource Group and our partners have created the HOA Owner’s Manual that contains educational resources that specifically address tree and natural resource management.
Hiring a tree service provider or an arborist is a big decision. Before you make a decision, read our list of questions to ask and things to look for in a tree service provider.