Tree Care

Caring for Your Trees in Autumn

Autumn is a special time for trees, marking the end of the growing season and preparation for winter. Proper autumn tree care can help ensure your trees are healthy and ready to withstand colder weather. Here are some...

Environment-Friendly Tree Care Methods

Today, the environment is an important factor to be taken into consideration when caring for trees. While traditional tree care methods may still be applied, it’s essential to employ environmentally friendly techniques that don’t have a negative impact on the planet or harm local ecosystems....

Norway Maples: Invasive Tree Species in the Northeast

Norway maples are an invasive species in the Northeast United States, and they can cause serious problems for native flora and fauna. These trees may look nice when they're planted in gardens or along roadsides, but they spread rapidly and crowd out native trees. Norway maples have shallow roots...

A Beginners Guide to Holly Trees

Do you want to learn about holly trees? This blog post is for you! In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about these beautiful plants. We will cover topics such as the history of hollies, how to plant them, and how to care for them. We will also provide some helpful tips on...

Leafroller Tree Infestations

Leafroller tree infestations are a serious problem facing trees in North America. These small, caterpillar-like insects can cause extensive damage to trees, shrubs, and other plants by skeletonizing leaves, boring into stems and branches, and webbing leaves together. Leafrollers can also transmit...

Pine Needle Rust – Diagnosis and Care

Pine needle rust is a type of plant fungus that affects pine trees. The fungus causes the needles to turn yellow or brown and fall off the tree. Pine needle rust can also cause the bark to become discolored and cracked. If left untreated, pine needle rust can kill the tree. To diagnose pine...

Pine Needle Cast Diagnosis and Treatment

Pine needle cast is a type of fungal disease that affects pine trees. The disease is caused most often by fungi in the genus Rhizoctonia. This fungus infects the new growth of pine trees. The fungus can cause the needles to turn yellow or brown and eventually fall off the tree....