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.
It’s a simple fact: healthy landscape trees endure storms better than unhealthy trees. There are three factors that come into play when you’re preparing your trees for high winds and severe weather: the density of the tree canopy, the strength of the branches and the health of the root system.
Concentrated near the soil surface, chinch bug nymphs feed on St. Augustine grass lawns, causing yellow areas that turn brown.
A fungus that discolors spruce needles and causes premature drop, especially in overly wet conditions.
Most Ips beetle problems occur on newly transplanted pines or plants under stress. Prolonged drought can increase Ips beetle infestations.
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.
Drought can leave your lawn permanently damaged. Often during drought, water rationing goes into effect. So maintaining your yard prior to drought with the correct level of fertilizer, coupled with good water management practices, will help reduce damage.
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.
Reports of the incidence and severity of maple decline have increased markedly in recent years...
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.