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Mature Tree Care

Mature trees need specific care practices to encourage their long life to provide numerous environmental benefits, increase of property values, and improve quality of life. Contact us today to join our annual tree care routine! 


Annual mature tree care plan

​Always have a certified arborist inspect your trees to make expert recommendations for the standard of care for your mature tree. Following industry-standard care practices, we can strive to preserve our trees for the next generation and protect valuable and irreplaceable green infrastructure around your property and community. 

  • Inspections:

    • Routine inspections at least once a year, allow the arborist to adjust the care plan as needed, by identifying soil needs, insects and diseases, and pruning needs. 

  •  Mulching:

    • Sustained and proper mulch rings help reduce competition of weeds and turf grasses in the root zone of the tree, as well as assist in drought tolerance and better soil development, therefore better root development and a healthier tree. 

  • Pruning:

    • Natural pruning every 3-5 years to conserve the characteristic growth pattern and plant adaptations. Homeowners should have certified arborists remove dead, dying, and broken limbs as needed. 

  • Support:

    • Installation of support systems for over-extended branches and codominant stems helps to reduce the risk of large limb or stem failure. 

  • Pest management:

    • Manage pests through inspection and routine care practices such as insecticide soil injections or drenches. 

  • Root care:

    • Use biannual nitrogen fertilization mixed with fungal root stimulants for a healthier soil and root system. 

    • Use tree growth regulators, every 3-5 years to redirect tree energy from vegetative and shoot growth to producing more defense chemicals, fibrous root production, and darker foliage.

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