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.
Download our spring checklist to prepare your trees and landscape for a healthy growing season.
Dormant season is the ideal time for pruning shade and ornamental trees for many reasons—including, trees are prepped for winter and it's less stressful on trees.
Looking for a “green innovation” that’s easy to implement? Whether you’re looking to help your trees recover from a harsh winter, temporarily relieve drought stress, or need a seasonal substitute for an irrigation system, subsurface watering gets to the root of the problem.
Brown patch is a fungal disease that develops rapidly as a result of prolonged wet conditions such as periods of rain, heavy dew, excessive irrigation or poor drainage.
Borer larvae feed underneath the bark, creating multiple tunnels that cut through the water-transporting layers of wood, interfering with the water supply to branches and needles.
Reducing the tick population on the property surrounding your home is your best defense against tick-borne illnesses for you, your family and your pets.
Dollar spot is caused by a fungus. Infected areas of turf are straw-colored, matted and the size of silver dollars.
Dry soil conditions can significantly reduce the life span of your valuable landscape trees. Because they are difficult and expensive to replace, your trees need attention during and after periods of drought.
The hemlock woolly adelgid is a serious pest of Canadian hemlock in the eastern United States and of western hemlock used as an ornamental in the Pacific Northwest.