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Caring for Trees in Winter in Seattle, Washington

In this Seattle Greenlaker story, Rick Castro of Davey's Northwest Seattle, Washington office shares everything you need to know about caring for your trees in Seattle's winters.

Castro talks about the importance of watering trees at the right time and mulching. He also discusses why you might see brown evergreens in winter (and when to prune those trees). Finally, Castro lists the best trees to grow in Seattle. 

Posted: January 31, 2018

Why does my evergreen look so weird? To prune or not to prune? Mulch? Which trees are the best for Seattle? When can I plant?

We asked certified arborist Rick Castro of Davey Tree, who has been caring for trees for over 40 years, to help us out on these questions and more. Read on. 

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