What, When and Why: The Best Way to Fertilize Trees May 11, 2016
You want your tree to be its best.Read More
Why Do Leaves Change Color in the Fall? September 28, 2015
For parts of the country with cooling temperatures and large populations of deciduous trees, the next six weeks will provide some wonderful scenery. Green leaves will give way to a colorful natural skyline with hues of reds, yellows, oranges and browns
But what gives leaves their fall color palette? The answer can be found in four pigments:
Summer Landscape Care for All Weather July 28, 2015
Rain, wind and drought…oh my! Summer conditions continue to fluctuate—which may cause stress to our trees and plants. Davey is on the air to talk summer tree care and help you combat shifting temperatures and conditions this season. Davey is proud to appear on St. Louis’ KTRS, NewsRadio 550 station this summer and fall. Each Saturday afternoon, one of our local district managers will discuss several tree and landscape topics—some of which we will feature on the Davey blog!
Davey Tree Arborist on the Air: Last week, Greg Wilson, district manager of Davey’s West St. Louis residential tree care services, discussed summer tree and plant care with radio hosts Jim McMillan and John Shea of the “Inside Out” show. The following script is based on Wilson’s interview.
KTRS: We are confounded about how much water to give to our plants and trees this time of year—how much is too much?Read More