By now, most deciduous trees have gained their leaves again for spring and summer. That means you should be watching for chlorosis. Click to learn more about the midwest’s most common cause of tree decline.
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Plant growth regulators limit vegetative top-growth of plants – but that’s not all. Growth regulators actually have a number of effects. Read the latest from our plant health care specialists.
Chlorosis is a major cause of tree decline in the St. Louis area. Our plant health care specialists explain the 5 things to know about chlorosis – including spotting, treating, and preventing the unsightly disease.
Plant health care serves to promote the vitality and longevity of your plants. Here are the top 5 reasons you may need to seek plant health care at some point.
Melting snow may signal the beginning of spring (thank goodness!) but it also poses a risk for your trees. Learn more about the dangers of uprooting when the snow begins to melt.
You know your tree care company should have insurance, but what kind? Read our take on insurance in the tree care business.
Want to remove a stump on your property? Chances are, you should actually grind that stump, instead of “removing” it. In this post, we address this distinction, as well as other common questions about stump grinding.
Wondering when to remove live tree limbs? Our certified arborists explain the basics to making this decision – which can have a significant impact on the longevity of your tree.
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.