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posted on 8/1/2015 at 00:00:00

Quite a few residential and commercial property owners ask the question – yet it can seem impossible to get a straight-forward answer regarding the costs of tree services. We hope to put the tree service price controversy to rest.

If you have ever shopped around from Tree Company to Tree Company – chances are the price ranges have been as much as 35% apart. So why does this happen?

The unfortunate reality of the matter is that many tree service companies are operating without sufficient insurance. While a savvy consumer generally knows enough

posted on 9/18/2015 at 00:00:00


Those of us who are from Warren County, NJ truly understand why New Jersey is known as the "Garden State”. And for locals, it’s no wonder that 8 of the Champion Trees in the Garden State call Warren County their home.

What is a Champion Tree?

A champion tree is the largest recorded tree of its species. Each state has its own registry of champion trees. New Jersey has just over 100 Champion trees currently documented. They are measured using AF Points (American Forest Points) which take into account the trunk circumference, height, and average crown spread of the tree.


Small New Jersey Native Trees for Better Landscaping
posted on 1/1/2016 at 00:00:00


Small & Large NJ Native Trees for Better Landscaping
posted on 11/1/2015 at 00:00:00


BEWARE THE BUGS – Common Tree-Killers
posted on 3/16/2015 at 00:00:00
Despite what one’s personal feelings may be about insects – they’re not all nuisances. Some bugs can actually save your trees. Others, however, can wreak havoc through entire forests and tree species.

So which bugs should tree lovers beware?

Gypsy Moth


Landscaping Winter Prep List
posted on 11/27/2015 at 00:00:00

Cut back stems of perennials

Remove annuals from their plant beds

Remove all debris that fungi may try to make home for the winter


My Neighbor's Tree is Threatening my Property: What Can I Do?
posted on 3/1/2016 at 09:00:00

PROBLEM: "I think my neighbor's tree is going to fall on my house, what can I do?"

Generally, we would hope that our neighbors are thoughtful and considerate people. In most cases, the best remedy for this kind of situation is to point out the potential hazard to your neighbor, and ask them to hire a tree removal expert to trim or remove the tree as necessary. 
Unfortunately, there are those times when we find that a neighbor

Tree Problem: My Dogwood Tree is Yellowing Early
posted on 11/1/2017 at 09:00:00

Why are the leaves on my dogwood tree turning yellow?

If your dogwood’s leaves are yellowing faster than the trees around it, or during a time of year that they normally wouldn’t, the likely culprit is a condition known as Chlorosis.

What Causes Chlorosis?

Caused by an iron deficiency, chlorosis is the result of your trees inability to absorb enough iron from the soil, making it difficult for it to produce chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is the chemical that gives the leaf its green appearance.

There are several reasons chlorosis may occur. If the soil in which your tree is planted in is too alkaline (having a PH above 7.5) then it will be unable to absorb enough iron.