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.
Tree preservation is important to us, but we realize there are times when tree removal is necessary.
Cutting large diameter main branches of a tree back to stubs in an effort to reduce height can promote tree decline.
Without proper maintenance, your lawn can get out of control, leading to a mess of other problems. Learn how to keep your lawn looking its best thatch-free.
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.
Heavy rain, lightning, high winds, excess snow or a combination of any of these severe weather scenarios can damage your trees.
The health and beauty of your trees are dependent on more than just pruning. We would like to bring your attention to an exciting new service that we are now offering. Our new soilcare program has a biological component that is a completely organic, environmentally friendly approach to promoting the health of your trees.
As spraying large trees has become more difficult and controversial, new treatment methods have been investigated.
Scale insects are small, highly modified animals that have little resemblance to most insects. Because of their small size and often cryptic appearance, large numbers may be present without being noticed.
Scab and rust diseases are caused by fungi that invade crabapple, apple, hawthorn, common pear, and other ornamental plants in the rose family.