Tree Service in Freeland Can Fix Shedding Trees

2018-04-12T15:33:42+00:00April 13th, 2018|Issues, Spring|

This has been a strange "spring," if you can call it that. Temperatures have been very chilly, snow followed us into March, and plants and trees have struggled to bloom amid unusual conditions. As a result, your trees may be losing any leaves that have appeared since winter "ended." In order to figure out what's [...]

Tree Hazards That May Damage Your Property

2017-12-06T20:25:13+00:00December 8th, 2017|Issues|

There are a number of signs that your tree may be at risk for falling, but not everyone has the trained eye to take note of these signals. In order to recognize true tree hazards, you should learn more about them so that you can identify the signs and then, in a timely fashion, contact [...]

Cicadas Visit More Often Than Every 17 Years

2017-08-04T20:13:02+00:00August 18th, 2017|Invasive Species, Issues, Pests|

Another week, another pest to review. Do you know what cicadas actually do when they come out of the ground and chirp from your trees? How bad is the extent of their damage? Find out! What Exactly Do Cicadas Do to Trees? Cicadas are a well-known invader during the summertime that most everyone could do [...]

Japanese Beetles Infiltrate Gardens

2017-08-10T15:33:39+00:00August 11th, 2017|Invasive Species, Issues|

Though the best-known Maryland tree pest is the emerald ash borer, it certainly isn't the only one that does damage to our greenery. Japanese Beetles can wreak havoc on your garden, so learn to control them before they eat through all your flowers, fruits, and vegetables. How to Deal with Pesky Japanese Beetles This summer [...]

Bare Trees: Not Necessarily a Bad Sign

2017-05-25T20:59:51+00:00May 26th, 2017|Issues, Spring|

Wondering why you have bare trees? If it's getting closer and closer to summer and your trees haven't begun to grow their leaves, then you might have some concerns about their health. Read on to see if those worries are warranted... Late Spring May Bring Bare Trees "Trees may lack leaves in the middle of [...]

Dying Tree Symptoms to Look For

2017-01-06T15:05:36+00:00January 27th, 2017|Issues, Tree Care, Tree health|

Though spring is the season of rebirth, it isn't quite spring yet. Your trees may be having a harder time this winter than you previously thought, and if that's the case, then you need a plan in case they are struggling enough to be considered close to a dying tree. How to Identify a Dead [...]

Leaf Damage: Common Causes

2017-01-06T15:05:36+00:00October 28th, 2016|Informative, Invasive Species, Issues, Maintenance|

Within the tree service industry, fall brings a lot of questions about the health and condition of leaves. Most concerns fall within one of the five major categories of potential leaf damage: "leaf spots, wilting leaves, twisted leaves, galls or defoliation." If you have possible problems with the leaves on any of your trees throughout [...]

Invasive Species: Fall Webworms

2017-01-06T15:05:36+00:00September 23rd, 2016|Invasive Species, Issues, Maintenance|

Pests can do immeasurable damage to your trees and plants if left unchecked. Some can be easy to forget about because they only appear in certain seasons, while others bug you all year round. One invasive species that may crop up during the autumn is "Hyphantria cunea," or fall webworms. Stay on Top of Those [...]

Tree Care Industry Safety Hazards

2016-07-21T18:37:50+00:00August 19th, 2016|Issues, Maintenance, Safety, Tree Services|

There are a lot of dangers associated with the tree care industry, particularly when it comes to excessive heights and the potential for equipment failure. Perhaps surprisingly, though, there aren't a lot of laws that keep these workers safe or protect them from dangerous situations in the first place. Lack of Laws Within Tree Care [...]

Tree Roots That Invade Your Space

2016-06-28T17:58:28+00:00July 15th, 2016|Issues, Maintenance, Tree Roots|

Trees were here long before we were. They have adapted and changed, survived and thrived. Many have been torn down or died as a result of human activity, but sometimes, the trees fight back. A lot of homeowners have problems with roots that creep up beneath sidewalks, driveways, and other areas, causing major damage. If [...]

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