Davey Tree Service Blog: Tree Care Tips & Checklists

  • When Grass Stops Growing, It's the Last Mow of the Season!

    Mowing at the end of the fall season is one of the best ways to bring your hardy, green grass back for another great year.

    Don’t have a pre-winter plan for your lawn yet? No problem! Here’s everything you need to know about when and how to mow near the end of the grass-cutting season.

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  • The Best Way to Clean Up Leaves (Even in a Large Yard)

    Remember how excited you were to see leaves fall when you were a kid?

    Now, seeing leaves cascade into the yard reminds you that you’re the one who has to clean them up. Leaf removal can feel like a chore—but it doesn’t have to. Breeze through your seasonal duty with the tips below.

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  • Fall Tree Care Checklist: Prepare Your Property for Challenging Winter Conditions

    Rarely this summer were weather conditions normal. From a drought in California to downpours that turned into sweltering heat in the Midwest, challenging weather kept us on our toes. A change in seasons now means a change in the air for much of the country, but don’t crack open a window and get ready to kick back and enjoy those ideal nights for sleeping just yet. First, you’ll want to spend some time outside getting your property ready to hibernate, too.

    A well-rounded fall tree care and maintenance plan can help ensure good plant health. Follow the steps in these three phases, and then you can rest easy, knowing your property will be set to withstand the winter months and ready to look great when spring rolls around.

    Phase I: Post-Labor Day

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  • Fall in Love with Healthy Trees This Season

    Crisp, cool air, toasty sweaters and scarves, the smell of cozy campfires, and, of course, all things pumpkin: What’s not to love about fall?

    Whether you look forward to the hayrides, pumpkin carving or the vibrant oranges, reds and yellows within trees’ canopies, fall is right around the corner. Before we even finish our last bite of warm apple pie, our trees will shed their leaves; their bare branches facing winter’s wrath.

    But because you’ll be eager to greet spring’s bright, green leaves and strong roots before you know it, take some time to prepare your trees this fall, before the ground freezes! While you plan your Halloween costumes and Thanksgiving treats, follow these guidelines from our fall checklist to help keep your trees healthy:

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