Our insurance company recommended that we cut back some of our trees away from our house. Can you help us with that?
Certainly. Tree trimming is an important way to keep your home and roof safe. Tree branches that touch your roof may allow insect access to your home, as well as leave your roof susceptible to damage from the branches in rough weather. We know the healthy way to cut your trees back so they can continue to grow and remain a beautiful feature of your landscaping.
We have some unusual trees and would like to plant more of them. Can you help us determine what they are, and help us plant new ones?
We would love to help you identify the trees growing in your yard. Taxonomy of local plants and trees is something we pride ourselves in doing. We can then help you find the best specimens for the remaining plantings in your landscaping, and then get them planted for you.
We just purchased a lot to build on. We would like to clear off the dead trees, and figure out which ones we can keep on the property. We need your help!
Absolutely. Give us a call. We have the assessment tools necessary to help you decide which trees are healthy enough to stay on your property, and which ones will be in your building line and need to be removed. We have the tools and machinery necessary to clear off your lot, and make it easier to get going on the building of your new house.
We have an area in our backyard that just does not seem to grow anything. Can you help us?
Definitely. We can test your soil to see why it does not seem to be suitable for growing any vegetation. After we test your soil, we can prepare and implement a plan of action to turn your soil into a hospitable place for your trees, vegetables, flowers, or bushes.
I have some roses that look like they are fuzzy and white on the leaves. What is this?
Interestingly enough, many flowering bushes and plants are susceptible to mildews and molds. They usually get this from leaves and blossoms that fall to the ground and are not raked up or disposed of.
The buds and leaves on the ground will mildew and mold, allowing the spores to spread to the branches of the plant simply by proximity. We suggest keeping your landscaping bushes and trees clear of debris. Also, spray mildewcides on your bushes and flowering plants to kill the current infestation, and to help protect them from future infestations.