With Christmas just around the corner, we here at
Tree Medics thought it would be fun to shake it up some and discuss one of the
most common Christmas traditions, the Christmas tree.
With the abundance of both commercial and residential trees, many fall victim each year to tree pests, diseases and improper planting issues. By knowing what to look for, you can help prevent the trees from being severally harmed and seek out early intervention treatment options, which could save you hundreds.
Cooler temperatures of fall are the start of it. Winter Storms, ice and a constant fluctuating temperatures develop and occur during the late fall season and early winter months; all the while trees, are steadily and aggressively absorbing energy, nutrients, and moisture for the duration of winter.
Palm trees are commonly associated with white sandy beaches, tropical climates, and blissful relaxation and because Florida provides a perfect climate for growing palm trees, you will spot these magnificent trees everywhere. Palm trees are used in a multitude of landscapes including: botanical gardens, swimming pool areas, resorts, hotels, shopping malls, and alongside roads.
Here are 10 amazing facts about Palm Trees, that you probably didn’t know:
Tree Medics is a tree care service provider, located in Tampa Florida and serving the surrounding area. We are a team of highly dedicated Certified Arborists specializing in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of tree pests, diseases, and disorders. When providing tree care services we use a wide variety of techniques, taking into consideration your entire landscape and the specific tree species, to ensure the absolute your tree receives the absolute best tree care available.
No, I’m not crazy. Not only are trees an asset to our environment and a beautiful addition to ones landscape; trees are also an asset to your property. According to the Council of Tree and Landscape Appraisers a healthy, mature tree can actually INCREASE your property value anywhere from $1,000 to $10,000, and that is not all. As an added bonus, like you really needed one, a well planted healthy tree can even help to reduce some of your monthly living expenses.
Last week in the first part, of this 2 Part series we covered a lot of information; if you did not have a chance to read that post you can read it here: Reducing Overhead in Your Landscape – Part 1. If you have already read it, let’s have a quick recap. In Part 1 we discussed the importance of properly caring for your trees in the early stages of development with a “Tree Care Maintenance Plan”, to reduce future risks that can be very costly.
During their first years, trees are not much different than that of a child or pet, they require special care to ensure their long term success and health. Having a “Tree Care Maintenance Plan” from the initial planting of the tree through it’s adolescent stages can be less costly; and as an added benefit, will result in a more beautiful and inviting landscape. In addition, to ensuring maximum health and aesthetics, having a solid “Tree Care Maintenance Plan” can also greatly reduce costly risks and hazards in the future.