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.

Rooting for Your Tree: 3 Things an Arborist Can Do to Help a Tree’s Roots

30 September 2019
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A tree's root system decides, for the most part, the health of the tree that it supports. After all, the roots are responsible for anchoring trees and, more importantly, feeding them! Therefore, if your tree looks sick or stressed but you can't see the cause no matter how hard you look, the problem likely lies with its roots. Unfortunately, unless you are a trained arborist, spotting root issues is a challenge. Read More …

New Garden Building Tips: Why Use Tubestock Plants?

24 April 2019
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If you've recently moved into a new build home, then your garden may need some work. It may have a lawn in place but may otherwise look a bit bare. It's not likely to have any flowers, plants or shrubs in it just yet. While you can start work on creating a plant-filled space by planting seeds in your beds, this isn't a quick fix. Seeds need time to grow before you see any results. Read More …