In this Parade Magazine article, Rex Bastian, technical advisor for the Davey Tree Expert Company, tells readers why their evergreens may brown in the winter and what to do about it.
Evergreen trees are a beacon at any time of year, but particularly in winter. When the rest of the landscape is brown or covered in snow, evergreens give you something green to look at. And most gardeners thrive on green.
At times, though, harsh weather or a pest invasion can turn evergreen trees brown. If you see brown in your evergreens, don’t panic. It may just be the weather. It’s a good idea, though, to check things out, in case you have a more serious problem. To continue reading, click here.
The Davey Tree Expert Company, established in 1880 and headquartered in Kent, Ohio, provides research-driven tree services, grounds maintenance and environmental consulting for residential, utility, commercial and environmental partners in the U.S. and Canada. With 11,000 employees, Davey Tree is the eighth largest employee-owned company in the U.S.