Spring Tree Check
Finally, after weeks of freezing weather and winter storms, it is starting to warm up, Spring is finally here. Tree buds are starting to swell and will soon pop and bring the landscape to life with beautiful foliage and flowers. Spring is a great time to have your highly valued trees inspected for winter damage, insects, and disease. Our ISA Certified Arborists can perform a full tree inspection and if needed, provide recommendations for any trimming, fertilization, or treatment programs. Helping our trees get a healthy start to the year is important for their long-term health and vitality. Our organic tree fertilization program helps stimulate new root growth, boost the tree’s own immune system, and promote healthy growth. Treatments for insects and diseases in the Spring help provide trees with year-long healthy growth. Trimming out any winter storm-damaged limbs, crossing branches, dead limbs, and unwanted growth encourages healthy and strong growth that improves the trees branch structure, reducing the chances of future limb failure or property damage. Whether it’s an annual checkup or a much-needed visit from the tree doctors, give us a call for a free tree inspection by our ISA Certified Arborists today!
Spring Tree Fertilization
Flowers and trees are popping with color everywhere you look as spring leaps upon us. The new burst of color and energy is a great reminder that trees also need to be fed to stay healthy. Creating and pushing out new growth takes a lot of energy every year. New spring growth needs to be supported by a healthy soil system, rich in nutrients and alive with beneficial microbes. Proper soil conditions and nutrient levels are essential to the long-term health and vigor of every tree and plant.
We offer Organic Feeding Programs that feed both the soil and the tree to establish proper nutrient and soil management. This encourages trees and plants to grow their roots deep and strong by increasing beneficial microbial activity in the soil, leading to a healthy canopy and a tree more resilient to insects, diseases, and drought, whereas improper fertilization methods can actually damage your soil biology by eradicating healthy organisms.