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December 12, 2017

4 Warning Signs For Winter Tree Care

When winter comes around, we tend to think that our trees can just go into maintenance mode for themselves and we don’t have to do anything – but that is certainly not the case, especially in  South Jersey. For most trees, winter is the time where a lot of the internal work is being done for the rest of the year – want a particularly beautiful spring bloom? You need to pay attention to how your […]
October 8, 2017
Tree roots in a close-up.

How to Prevent Tree Roots from Taking Over Your Lawn

When you look at your lawn, what do you see? Most of us want to see a lush, green space without many interruptions and without any roots. (Of course, we also want to see grass that hasn’t grown at all since we last cut it, but sadly that isn’t a reality.) What is a reality, however, is the fact that you can prevent tree roots from taking over your lawn. While you can’t (and shouldn’t) stop […]
September 15, 2017

4 Tips for if Your Tree’s Leaves are Turning Brown or Wilting

There are a few times in the year where your leaves turning brown might not be a big deal – in the autumn months, for example. In fact, some of us look forward to seeing the way the trees shift and change. There is a difference between the changing of the leaves during the autumn months and the leaves on your tree turning brown at the tip. While the tree becomes exceedingly gorgeous as it changes in […]
August 14, 2017

Getting Rid of Ants Near Your Trees

It has happened to the best of us: we are sitting under a tree, trying to enjoy our day when we notice that there are ants all over us. Or we are gardening near the tree and suddenly the ground is moving and ants are everywhere. It is a common occurrence for many homeowners, but that doesn’t always mean it is a good thing. Sure, ants are one of the animals that we have to share […]
July 16, 2017

4 Ways to Identify Tree Fungi in South Jersey

A fungus is a nasty, nasty problem for many trees in South Jersey. Wet and humid conditions can lead to the development of more fungi, which easily spread across plants and yards. Untreated, tree fungi can completely devastate a tree, cutting off the flow of water and nutrients. This will make the tree weak and eventually lead to its demise. Each tree will react differently, but the key to saving your tree is discovering and treating […]