Tree Care Resources For South Florida
Construction and major landscaping damage can leave trees stressed and broken, making them vulnerable to pests and diseases. Learn how construction can damage your trees so you’ll know what to avoid and how to protect valuable trees on your property.Read More
Do your trees have brown or dying leaves on one half but the other half looks fine? In South Florida, it’s probably due to salt burn from wind-blown sea spray, especially if your trees are near the ocean. Learn how to identify, prevent, and treat salt spray damage to your trees.Read More
Most people choose to get rid of tree stumps to avoid attracting pests, prevent the spread of plant diseases, stop tree regrowth, and remove tripping hazards. If you decide to remove a tree stump on your property, here are your options – including the best and safest method to do it properly.Read More
If you’ve been told or suspect that your palm has lethal bronzing or lethal yellowing disease, what does that mean? What caused it? Is your palm tree dying? Can either disease be prevented? We answer those questions and more about these deadly diseases that kill palm trees in South Florida.Read More
Learn how to select a tree that will thrive on your property, where to plant it, trees to avoid, and questions to ask before buying a tree.Read More
If you need to reduce the size of your tree, there’s only one correct way to do it: crown reduction pruning. Topping or hat-racking can kill your tree, sets it up to fail, and cost more in the long run.Read More
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