In The Day, Jeremiah Green of The Care of Trees, a Davey company, talks about why your evergreens may be turning brown this time of year (and how to help them). Green works at The Care of Tree's office in Stamford, Massachusetts.
Posted: March 14, 2018
It’s way too soon to dig gardens or apply fertilizers, but plump magnolia buds and bright yellow willow branches invite us to one of the first steps in spring land care. It’s time to inspect woody plants for winter damage, diseases and insects.
According to Jeremiah Green, an arborist with The Care of Trees, an affiliate of the Davey Tree Company based in Hamden and Norwalk, a lot of people call their offices about evergreens this time of year.