Where would I find expert advice on what tree should replace the diseased crab apple that we are removing? It will play a prominent part in our landscape and I don't want to make a bad choice.Additionally, I might want to purchase a more mature specimen than what our local nursery would stock. We would have it professionally installed. Can Bartlett help in this endeavor or point me in the correct direction?

You will want to consider soil condition (pH, nutrient content, organic matter) before selecting a tree. It is always easier to select the proper tree/species for the soil condition rather then trying to adjust the soil in the future to promote a healthy tree. Their are certain cultivars that are less susceptible to specific diseases. This will allow you to choose from a wide selection of trees. You can also schedule an appointment for an in-person consultation by clicking here.




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