Trees in your landscape can provide year-round interest and a welcome habitat for birds and wildlife, as well as flowers in the spring time and fruit in the summer. However, many species of deciduous trees can appear to be dead during the winter months, leading to accidental removal of an actually healthy tree.
Do you know how to care for a sick tree or how to maintain healthy trees on your property? Tree health is something that’s typically taken for granted by many, while tree maintenance is simply thought of as one of the many chores of a property owner. The truth is, the key to having healthy and thriving trees is by turning to a certified arborist for help. Their expertise will ensure your trees maintain their health for many years to come.
An individual that is trained to care for, maintain, and plant trees is an arborist. Arborists are well versed
and knowledgeable in the science of tree care, and not only understand, but are specially trained to care for the individual needs of trees. This includes properly treating common tree issues such as tree disease and pest infestations.