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.
Heavy rain, lightning, high winds, excess snow or a combination of any of these severe weather scenarios can damage your trees.
Trees tend to be regular lightning victims. Understanding how lightning strikes and how to protect your trees can keep you grounded.
You can help maintain your tree's health by removing dead, diseased and broken branches. It also makes it safer for your family and property. Pruning also can be done for aesthetic reasons, including letting more light onto your property or improving a view.
Learn how to care for your trees after a heavy snowfall with these simple tips. Read our "Winter Weather Central" tips today!
Tree parts most likely to cause hazards include trunks or larger branches that have disease or insect infestations, rotted sections or cracks in the wood. Highly dangerous trees are typically those that have been damaged by home construction or have been improperly topped or pruned.
It’s a simple fact: healthy landscape trees endure summer storms better than unhealthy trees. There are three factors that come into play when you’re preparing your trees for high winds and severe weather: the density of the tree canopy, the strength of the branches and the health of the root system.