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P.O. Box 478
Solebury, PA 18963

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Tree Service and Shrub Care in the Central Bucks County Area

Arborists in our Central Bucks County office are committed to helping local residents and businesses maintain beautiful, healthy trees and shrubs. Our arborists are experts in diagnosing and treating tree and shrub problems specific to the Central Bucks County area. Plus, with access to Bartlett’s global resources and advanced scientific research facility, we can provide customers with benefits that just aren’t available from other Central Bucks County tree services.

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Our Solebury, PA location provides essential tree care services such as shrub pruning, tree removal, and fertilization in the communities of Point Pleasant, Gardenville, Pipersville, Erwinna, and Carversville.

We are pleased to offer tree services in the following areas around Central Bucks County:

  • Carversville
  • Erwinna
  • Gardenville
  • Holicong
  • Mechanicsville
  • Pipersville
  • Point Pleasant
  • Solebury

Popular Services Provided by Our Central Bucks County Office

Fertilization and Soil Care

Fertilization and Soil Care

Insect and Disease Management

Insect and Disease Management



Storm Damage

Storm Damage

Tree Removal

Tree Removal

Deer Management

Deer Management

Central Bucks County Office Staff

Peter Williams

Peter Williams

Arborist Representative
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Jacob Kulp

Jacob Kulp

Safety Coordinator
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Crabapple Tree

Crabapples are a popular tree for suburban landscapes with more than 400 varieties available. In many areas, the most common disease is apple scab, caused by a fungus. The appearance of dull smoky areas on the new leaves is the first evidence of the disease. The best prevention of apple scab is planting resistant varieties. If not available, a protective spray program should begin at bud break.

When to Prune Hydrangea

Few blooms provide more showy appeal than hydrangeas. Hydrangea is a plant that produces blooms on one year old growth and this must be kept in mind when pruning. The best time to prune is just after blooms fade in mid-July to August. This allows the plant to produce some new vegetative growth before winter dormancy and it will be on this growth that flower buds are produced.

Prepare trees for spring

After winter ends, your trees and shrubs will be working hard to establish spring growth. A soil test in early spring can help determine the precise nutrients needed for that growth, yielding a fuller canopy and vibrant, health foliage.

Schedule a Soil Test

Spring Tree Planting

If planting trees this spring, be sure the root flare is visible and soil/mulch are not piled against the trunk. If placed against the tree, mulch can keep moisture levels high on the bark and promote fungal pathogens. One of the best mulch materials to use is fresh wood chips which contains bark, leaves, and wood.

Feed the Birds

Over the winter, birds will still use your plants and trees as their habitat and to help protect them from the elements. It’s important that they have access to a steady diet of food each day, so they have enough energy to stay warm overnight. Some birds, such as the tufted titmouse, will start to collect food in the fall to use over the winter. Don't forget to refill your feeders!

Arborist Associations

Bartlett Tree Experts is proud to be a member of so many industry associations. Many of our expert arborists have reached the pinnacle of their profession and have been recognized as such. Bartlett Tree Experts has been inspected and accredited based on adherence to industry standards for quality and safety, maintenance of trained, professional staff, and dedication to ethics and quality in business practices.

View a list of the many arborist associations with which Bartlett is associated.

What Our Customers Are Saying

I can't say enough good things about our experience with Bartlett...always there to answer questions, and will go "the extra mile" to consult with me on particular tree issues. And whenever I call the office, Christine is there with a friendly hello and ready to assist. Our trees and shrubs are thriving, and I have to credit the excellent work of Bartlett. Thank you!
Linda R., Pipersville, PA

Emergency Tree Service

If you require emergency tree service, call 215-249-1819 anytime.


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