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How Much Water Do Newly Planted Trees Need Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
How Much Water Does a Newly-Planted Tree Need?
Keep the top 12 inches of soil around the root ball moist. Generally, that means 4-10 gallons each week. Click to pinpoint what's best for your tree.
How To Save A Dying Redwood Brown Needles Drought Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
How to Tell if a Redwood Tree is Dying (And If You Can Save It)
How do you tell if a redwood tree is dying? Is it turning brown or yellowing? You may have a distressed redwood tree. To help, you almost always need to give them more water. Learn more about how to water and how it could save a dying redwood tree!
Roots Of Gumbo Limbo
Tree Selection Guide
Right Tree, Right Place: Tree Roots
Here are trees with invasive roots and what you can do to best manage them if you have them in your yard.
Why Is Bark Peeling On Tree Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
Why is Bark Falling off My Tree (Oak, Pine, Ash, Maple)?
Why is your tree losing its bark? Should you be concerned? Click here to learn why bark is falling off your tree - including pine, oak and ash trees.
Fresh And Green Christmas Tree Preserve Christmas Tree Davey Tree
Plant Health Care
How Do You Preserve a Christmas Tree and Keep It Fresh and Green?
Everyone wants a Christmas tree that looks just as fresh as the day you brought it home. Instead of adding preservatives to the water, focus on...
Newly Planted Tree Care
Tree Planting & Transplanting
How to Take Care of a Newly Planted Tree (5 Easy Steps)
Caring for a newly planted tree should be comprehensive, but it doesn’t have to be complicated! With the five quick tips below, you can get your new tree off to a great start.
Christmas Tree Budding Or Growing Pine Cones Davey Tree
Tree Planting & Transplanting
My Cut Christmas Tree is Growing or Budding…Can I Plant It?
If a Christmas tree is inactive for long enough outside, the heat inside could prompt it to begin growing as if it’s springtime. Unfortunately replanting a Christmas tree doesn’t work. But with a ton of patience, it is possible to grow a new plant from one of the branches, learn how.
Winter Tree Care
Property Maintenance & Landscaping
Winter Tree Care Tips for Roots, Trunks and Branches
Follow these winter tree care tips to keep your trees roots, trunk and branches healthy and strong through the cold, winter season. It’s the care you provide before and during that makes a difference.
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