One of the most common problems we deal with that no one sees coming is how to deal with issues with your neighbor’s plants. That can include tree removal where a tree straddles a property line, root systems that might impact construction projects they might have, dead or dangling branches, diseases – heck – even pests. We give you all sorts of advice on this blog on how to manage your own trees, but what happens when you need to deal with someone else’s?
Whether we like it or not – snow is just a part of life in New England in the winter. Unfortunately, snow and more particularly a lot of snow – can do quite a number on trees. Today’s blog is going to talk about what to do when or if snow damages your tree and what you can do about it heading forward.
A substantial chunk of being an arborist in the northeast comes with grappling with a myriad of challenges. While New England is hardly the arctic – it gets cold here; and while not the tropics – it gets quite warm here, to boot. Bottom line is – there are four seasons and as such, it takes a lot of forethought and planning in order to provide the best care for our client’s trees.
The new year brings many things with it – a time to reflect, give thanks but also to take an all-important breather in order to prepare for the things yet to come. For trees – it marks the beginning of the cold season for your landscape and as such, this week’s post is dedicated to sharing with you a quick of fast-acting fixes before the harsh weather truly begins to set in.
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