Evergreen trees in the springtime: Are they dying?

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by Tina Graver, ISA Certified Arborist MA-5527A April 2017                                                                                          It is springtime and the landscapes are looking full and lush! Fresh mulch has been put down and the bees are buzzing.  So what is going on with that Nellie Stevens Holly?  It is yellowing on the inside and the fresh mulch is now… Read more »

What’s growing on my tree?

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While many growths on trees are not an indicator of a problem, they sometimes indicate a serious issue that, if left untreated, can cause a lot of damage and/or injury. When in doubt, always call an arborist to correctly diagnose a foreign growth on a tree. Read through the list below to learn about some… Read more »

How Are Plants Coping With The Cold Weather?

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For plants, making it through the winter can be a chilling process. Read below to learn how plants deal with the long- winter months. by Tina Graver If you are a plant, the first step to dealing with the cold is to go dormant! Environmental signals that trigger dormancy include the shortening of the day… Read more »