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 this summer checklist to keep your trees and landscape healthy by identifying potential issues.
When it’s nice outside, your lawn hosts games of tag, family picnics and dashes through the sprinkler. It’s a wide open space for parties and other gatherings—but to remain a good party host, your lawn needs some room to breathe. Core aerification can help.
Your trees and shrubs are valuable, adding both to the value of your property and the quality of your life. To live long and healthy lives, trees need proper care.
Trees play such a vital role in our lives - who hasn’t wished for a ring of protection around them?
As a facility manager, you know that you can save money with a preventative maintenance program for your building, furniture, fixtures and equipment. But have you considered the impact of investing in a preventative maintenance program for your outdoor assets?
Trees often grow too close to everyday utility lines buried below the surface. Due to the consequences that errors can create, our workers must know where these lines are relative to where they will be working.
Oaks are the primary hosts of the twolined chestnut borer. Some of the more frequently attacked species include red, white, and bur oak, scarlet, pin, and black oak, chestnut, post and live oak.
Two-spotted spider mites are difficult to control. They’re a pest to more than 150 different plant species. You can avoid spider mite encounters with these tips from your local, licensed Davey tree service professional.
Tree planting questions submitted by you, answered by our experts at the Davey Institute.
You want the best for your trees, and that includes making sure they are healthy. Here’s a great way to determine trees’ inner beauty.