After caring for trees for over 125 years, we know spring is often when your trees get the most attention.
Just as spring blooms, we seem to appreciate the fresh air and new greenery more than ever.
We pause and soak it all in – admiring our tree’s buds, flowers and leaves.
During this moment of awe, we may see something unusual on our trees. Or, perhaps become inspired to plant a new tree.
Either way, during spring, tree care questions are abuzz. You asked so many great questions this year that we had to share! Below is our “Spring Tree Question Round-Up” filled with the most asked questions we heard this spring.
Get to the bottom of what’s plaguing your trees. From brown leaves to spots, discover the most prevalent tree diseases and pests in spring.
During early and late spring, damage to your tree leaves and stems may stand out. If you see spots on your leaves or leaves falling too soon, see what could be causing the problem above.
As your tree begins to sprout new leaves in spring, you may notice your tree has no leaves on one side! That means your tree is not leafing out correctly. Click above to find out why.
Go on, and grow! Plant a tree, in spring or fall, using Davey’s expert, five-step plan.
Just planted a tree this spring? Click above to learn how best to water, mulch, prune and fertilize newly planted trees.
If you just planted a tree and it looks like it’s planted too low, fix it quick! Learn the details of what happens when you plant a tree too deep.
As you spread fertilizer on your lawn and flowers, do you need to fertilize your trees, too? Click to learn when to fertilize trees.
Yes! As you add mulch to your landscape, mulch your tree this spring, too. Click to learn the proper way to apply mulch to trees.
You love that tree in your yard with the sweet fragrance and white blooms. But, what type of tree is that again? Learn how to tell what kind of tree you have.