January Green Care Tips

•   Schedule winter tree work: ideal time for view enhancement and large tree removals  •   Consult with your Chippers representative about Plant Health and Essential Turf Care programs for the upcoming green season  •   Prune fruit trees in late winter  •   Plan your vegetable and...Read More
October Green Care Tips

October Green Care Tips

•  Evaluate your trees for winter safety  •  Remove or mulch leaves  •  Plan deer protection  •  Final lawn cut short 1.5" to minimize winter damage  •  Plan for snow mold spray early winter – if past history  •  Fertilize trees, shrubs and lawns  •  Schedule anti-desiccant...Read More
Japanese knotweed is one of the most aggressive invasive plants. It quickly forms dense thickets and establishes an extensive rhizome system that makes removal very difficult. The most effective eradication method is a combination of mechanical removal followed by properly-timed herbicide treatments. Chippers...Read More
One of the most commonly asked questions of our arborists is “What tree do you think I should plant?” There is no single answer for any situation, but we do have a few words of wisdom to offer…. Haste Makes Waste When it comes to selecting trees, a decision in haste really can lead to a lifetime...Read More
There are many known advantages to landscapes with mature native and planted trees: beauty, privacy, shade for pleasure and to reduce cooling costs, higher property valuation, wildlife habitats, air quality improvement, sound buffering, windbreaks to reduce heating costs, erosion control, etc. But after...Read More

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