Monthly Archives: December 2016

Structural Pruning

A Must-Do for All Trees Near Buildings or Walkways Picture a tree in a forest, growing straight up through a shady canopy with a single stem, stretching for the sunlight above. Now think of a tree in your landscape. Growing

Posted in Tree Pruning

Helping Trees and Shrubs Recover from Extreme Weather

Extreme weather events happen in nearly every geography, leaving a lasting impact on the trees and shrubs in a landscape. Once the rain or wind has stopped, the snow has melted or the drought has passed, it takes time for

Posted in Environmental Issues, Tree Advice, Tree Safety

What Do Japanese Beetles Eat?

Though strangely beautiful with their metallic green bodies and copper wings, Japanese beetles are a major pest in the eastern U.S. that feed on more than 300 different plant species. You’ll find adult beetles feasting throughout summer and into early

Posted in Pests and Diseases

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