Mature Tree Care
A mature tree provides value to your home and street. It shades and cools the air, reduces energy consumption, removes pollutants, and adds beauty to your…
Young Tree Care
The care you provide in the first three years after planting is critical for the tree's long-term health. During this establishment period, the tree has less ability to absorb the water and nutrients it needs and is more vulnerable to physical damage.
Right Tree, Right Space
Use this resource to help select the right type of tree for your yard. Growing space both above and below ground should be considered when selecting…
How To Select Trees
Not all trees sold commercially are equal. Purchasing a tree should be considered an investment, so take your time in selecting the right one and visit…
Video: How to Plant
Video instruction on how to plant a balled and burlapped (B&B) or containerized tree
Video: How to Prune
Video instruction that covers the tools and methodology of basic pruning, small branch pruning, large branch pruning
Video: How to Water a Tree
The single most important factor for young tree survival is water. Continue watering through the first two to three years after planting.
How to Care for Trees
Newly planted trees – those planted within the past three years – require regular water and care to thrive. Failing to do so can result in…