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Tree Safety, Storm Prep & Recovery
Tree Safety: Why Do Trees Fall After Heavy Rain?
There are short-term and long-term impacts on your trees as a result of waterlogged soil. Learn more.
Spring Tree Care
Plant Health Care
Tree Care Checklist: How To Keep Trees Healthy This Spring
Keep your trees healthy with a spring tree care checklist to guide you on spring cleanup, tree trimming, lightning protection, soil care, and lawn care so your home landscape is ready for the season.
Tree Planting Spacing Guide
Tree Selection Guide
Guide on How to Choose A Tree to Plant: Planning & Selecting
Here’s your ultimate guide when it comes to picking a tree for your yard. In this post, we outline tips and things to consider, as well as the best tree options for blocking wind, privacy, shade, small spaces, and more!
How To Winterize Or Store Potted Fruit Tree In Winter Davey Tree
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Winterizing and Storing Potted Trees Over Winter
Learn how you can protect your potted trees from the winter cold!
How To Tell If A Tree Is Dying 2
Plant Health Care
Is My Tree Dying or Dead? Here’s How to Tell and What You Can Do
It’s important to know the difference between a dead and declining tree. Follow these steps on how to identify if a tree is dead, if a tree is dying and how to save a dying tree.
How To Protect Trees In Winter
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
How to Protect Trees in Winter: Three Proactive Tips
Taking these proactive steps for your trees during the winter months will help them flourish during the spring. Learn how to keep deer away from trees, how to use dormant oils and how late you can apply it, and when to apply anti-desiccant to your evergreens.
Do Deer Eat Leyland Cypress
Tree Selection Guide
Fast Growing Tree for Privacy: Leyland Cypress
A leyland cypress should be planted in hardiness zones 6-10, and the tree needs at least 6 full hours of sunlight every day. It can grow to a height of 50 to 70 feet and should be planted in fall or spring. The most important thing is to avoid planting this evergreen in the heat of summer.
Tree Transplanting (1)
Tree Planting & Transplanting
How to Fix a Tree Planted Too Deep
Did you make the most common tree planting mistake? Check that you didn’t plant your tree too deep. See if you planted your new tree too deeply and learn how to fix the problem.
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