Thanks for taking care of our trees. ” - Betsy M.
Entries tagged with “Irrigation”
The quick onset of hot dry conditions can take a toll on your normally lush trees and lawns. While we aren’t under severe drought conditions as in previous years, it’s still important to provide supplemental water when rainfall is sparse.
Use caution where irrigation bubblers and trees are concerned.
Did you know that large, established trees may need a deeper soaking than your irrigation system provides? Read on about the importance of knowing what your watering system is doing for the different components of your landscape.
Concrete berms built around trees can ultimately be their demise.
Newly planted trees and shrubs need extra attention and TLC for the first year in their new environment. Following a few key steps will help to settle them in for the long haul.
Now’s the time to do a check-up on all of your irrigation before summer heat and drought arrives.
ISA Certified Arborist Getth Nelson tackles this question for one of our customers.
A berm surrounded a stately Sycamore and we were called upon to free the tree from its encasement of heaped up soil and chunks of concrete and metal so that we could properly expose the surface roots and root flare to the light and air.