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Tree Safety, Storm Prep & Recovery
Time for A Quick Safety Check!
Read on to learn tips for best identifying and mitigating tree hazards.
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Leaf & Needle Problems
Why Are There Yellow Leaves on Trees in Summer?
There are many reasons your leaves could be turning yellow and falling off. Run down the checklist below to help diagnose your tree.
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Trimming & Pruning
Wait – Before You Use Pruning Sealer On Trees…
After pruning (or trimming) your trees, should you use pruning sealer or pruning paint?
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Plant Health Care
Slow Vs. Fast Release Fertilizer: What’s The Difference And Which One Is Better?
We'll explore the difference between slow-release and fast-release fertilizer options for your tree care fertilization so you can choose between slow-release fertilizer vs. fast release.
Tree Fertilization
Plant Health Care
Why You Should Fertilize Flowering Trees?
Fertilizing flowering trees can enhance your landscape aesthetics. By using a slow-release fertilizer it encourages blooms while increasing healthy growth. Fertilization strengthens trees by promoting a healthy root system, learn more.
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Plant Health Care
How To Help Evergreen Shrubs With Winter Burn
Harsh sun actually works against evergreens in winter. Come springtime, these endlessly green plants might turn brown from the damage. Find out more here!
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Tree Planting & Transplanting
Transplanting Evergreens 101
Here are some guidelines and tree moving tips so you can get a better idea of whether or not your favorite evergreen can be successfully transplanted to a new spot in your landscape.
How To Protect Fruit Trees From Late Frost
Plant Health Care
How to Save Fruit Tree Blossoms and Fruit from a Late Freeze
Learn how you can protect your citrus trees, peach trees and apple trees from late frost and the factors affecting freeze damage. You should plan to cover your fruit tree whenever the temperatures is expected to drop below 28 degrees F.
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