Do you have a really beautiful old tree in your yard? Is it looking sick? Learn more about nursing a sick tree back to health.

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Getting my tree back to life

I have a really beautiful old olive tree in my backyard. I love sitting under it on warm summer night. Unfortunately, the tree got a bit of a knock from the truck that brought in our swimming pool this summer, and it has been looking quite sick ever since and hasn't had any olives yet this year. I am very attached to the tree, so I have got a guy from the tree service company making weekly visits to give it extra fertilising and trimming to try to promote growth. This blog is all about nursing a sick old tree back to health with help from a tree service company.

Why You Should Have Your Trees Inspected Before Winter

20 October 2017
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While winter is a time of fun and relaxed holidays, it's also a period that is very dangerous for trees. Winter brings with it high winds and heavy snow that can put pressure on already stressed trees. As the weather begins to change outside, are your trees healthy enough to survive the season? Here are a few reasons you should have a residential tree service inspect your trees before the season begins. Read More …

Sap-Suckers on the Loose! Why Your Tree Is Leaking Sticky Sap

30 May 2017
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If your otherwise healthy tree has recently begun to leak sap, you may have an aphid problem. Also referred to as greenfly, ant cow, or plant louse, there are approximately 4000 species of aphid worldwide. You can usually find these sap-sucking pests on plants and trees in low to moderate numbers. However, they sometimes congregate in large numbers, causing sap and dead leaves to rain down on the ground below. Read More …