Magnolias are known for their waxy leaves and large, cup-like petals. St. Louis has its fair share of magnolias, which is why we’re often “when do magnolias bloom?” and other FAQs about these lovely trees.
Trees are sensitive to the amounts of water they take in. This week, our teachers at Jackson Tree University discuss the importance of watering your trees, and provide a few helpful tips.
Oak galls, emerald ash borers, and Japanese beetles all pose a significant risk to St. Louis trees. Click to learn the signs so you can protect your trees.
Certified arborists are the most reliable tree care experts. But, what exactly does it mean to be a certified arborist? Check out the latest video from Jackson Tree Service University.
Oak galls are a widespread problem in the St. Louis area. Not only an eyesore, they are also dangerous to the health of your trees. Click to read more about oak galls, and how you should deal with them.
The St. Louis heat can take a toll on your trees, but it’s not the only risk they face during the summer. Click to read our guide to summer tree care – what to look for, what to provide your trees, & more.
The St. Louis area is home to many tree services. So, how do you choose? There are red flags and good signs to look out for. Click to read our advice.
Keeping trees alive may seem like an easy task. Water, sun, and good soil are the three main ingredients to growing and keeping one alive. However, we know that there are so many ways for a tree to die. At Jackson Tree Service, dealing with split, dead, or broken trees is a daily occurrence. With…
No matter how much care you put into yard work, everyone’s goes south in the winter. Trees lose their leaves, flowers die, and bushes become a set of branches. Nothing looks nearly as it will a few long months from now. However, there are many ways to make trees look better and be healthier for…