Monthly Archives: September 2012

Selecting and Caring for Trees in Westchester

Program offering tips for homeowners in the Westchester area Saturday, September 29 — 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Free, RSVP requested Meet by the flagpole and sundial gardens Come early for light refreshments In case of rain, the program will be

Posted in Events, Tree Advice, Tree Preservation, Tree Research

Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation (5 of 12)

Article 5 of 12 from Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation, prepared by the arborists of the Southwest Division of Bartlett Tree Experts as a community education initiative. You see them everywhere – those volcano-shaped piles of mulch built up around

Posted in Bartlett Tree Experts, Environmental Issues, Tree Advice, Tree Preservation, Tree Research, Urban Tree Care

Rockingham County Champion Black Walnut

Arborists from Bartlett’s Hookset, New Hampshire office tend to Rockingham County’s new champion black walnut (Juglans Nigra).

Posted in Tree Climbing, Tree Preservation

Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation (4 of 12)

Article 4 of 12 from Trees: Dispelling Myths & Misinformation, prepared by the arborists of the Southwest Division of Bartlett Tree Experts as a community education initiative. One morning, a friend found his 15-foot-tall cedar elm uprooted and flat on

Posted in Bartlett Tree Experts, Environmental Issues, Tree Advice, Tree Preservation, Tree Research, Urban Tree Care

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