Offering No-Contact, In-Person Tree Consultations
Mother Nature is fickle but we’re not fooled by recent cool temperatures. Crabapple trees are budding, our Capital is surrounded by green grass and daffodils have begun to burst. Many of us are seeking refuge in our own yards right now, making it the perfect time to give some attention to our trees.
Our ISA Certified Arborist is available for no-contact, in-person consultations and would love to be your resource. Evaluating trees before the leaves unfurl makes it easy to locate dead or diseased wood, potential hazards & plant health care needs.
We’re thankful that we can continue to work safely and our number one priority is the health and safety of our team, our clients & our community. Click here to view the steps we’ve taken to go above and beyond CDC guidelines.
We wait all spring for our flowering trees to put on a show, so it can be defeating to watch the leaves turn yellow, curl up and drop shortly afterward. If you have a flowering or fruit tree like this, it’s likely suffering from apple scab or “scab disease”. When the disease is persistent, you might see black lesions covering most of the leaves.
Properly timed treatments by a Certified Arborist can significantly reduce defoliation and prevent susceptibility to more serious conditions. Get on our list now to maximize the effectiveness of the treatment & preserve your tree for years to come.
If you’ve noticed some of your evergreen trees – particularly spruce & fir – have started to lose needles from the inside out, they might be suffering from Rhizosphaera Needlecast disease. Left untreated, it can cause extensive defoliation, reduced vigor & potential loss of a tree.
Our Certified Arborist can easily diagnose this condition & get your trees on the right track before it’s too late. CLICK HERE to book a no-contact, in-person tree consultation.