Expert Advice for Your Minnesota Trees
Our tree care team has compiled do-it-yourself tips, frequently asked questions, and valuable information so you can easily access expert advice to help you with your trees!
Why Hire an Expert for Ash Tree Removal
Prior to the emerald ash borer’s discovery in 2009 in St. Paul, Minnesota, approximately 20% of the urban canopy were ash trees. As this destructive
Spring Tree Care Checklist for Minnesota Homeowners
Welcome your trees back from their winter slumber with a little love and care. Spring is an important time for the trees and shrubs in
Tree Planting Basics for Minnesota Homeowners
There’s an old saying, “The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago.” While it makes a humorous point about how long it
Finding the Right Ash Tree Replacement in Minnesota
Many people across Minnesota are losing their ash trees because of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive species of beetle from Asia. EAB larvae feed on the
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) in Minnesota Report for 2022
What is the status of Emerald Ash Borer in Minnesota? As of May 2022, EAB has been found in 40 counties across the state of
Do I Need to Water My Trees & Shrubs in Minnesota?
The answer depends on the age of the tree or shrub. Newly planted trees and shrubs need regular watering for approximately two years to help
Five Reasons To Prune Your Trees This Winter
Why wait for your yard to be covered in dead branches? Schedule your tree pruning and trimming service now so you can enjoy trees that
Scary Tree Stories That Will Chill You to the Bone
If you’ve been following us for any amount of time, you may be well aware of the fact that we’re pretty big fans of trees.
Minnesota State Fair Tree Facts
Trees might not be the first thing you think of when you look back on your visits to the State Fair. For many of us,
How to Handle Tree Storm Damage
Seeing a beloved tree toppled over or broken after a summer storm in Minnesota can overwhelm any homeowner. It might be hard to know where
Why Are My Leaves Yellow?
While you expect leaves to change colors in the fall, a tree with yellow leaves in the summer may indicate a health problem known as Chlorosis. Trees most commonly impacted by chlorosis include white oak, red maple, pin oak, river birch and white pine.
Be an Informed Tree Pruning Customer
We all want the best for our trees. They are a valuable part of the landscape, and we feel a strong attachment to them. Finding