As the link to the following video illustrates, there are good reasons why you should calll us to remove your trees. Tree pruning and removal can be dangerous and even fatal. Trust the guys who train for this and do it right. Call Fox Tree today https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-cLRVkMlKo
Iced Branches The east end is still in the grip of one of the heaviest snowfall winters in recent years. Built up snow and ice can damage your trees and ornamentals in a number of ways, primarily through "snow loading" where the accumulated snow weighs down branches and leaders and causes splitting and [...]
Happy Holidays from Fox What does the fox say? In our case, Fox Tree Service says Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy New Year and Happy Holidays of all kinds to all our customers and everyone out there! God Bless us all, Tiny Tim!
Outdoor Christmas lights The Christmas season is here and many of you are considering putting holiday lights in your outdoor trees for a beautiful landscape. This can mean an awful lot of work and time, both in putting up and taking down. It also involves the purchase of the proper lights and a [...]
Compost Right now, as part of our autumn tree care program, we've started doing our fall soil amendment jobs for valuable, older specimen trees at a number of properties. We use techniques including removal of old mulch, removal of sod an competing ground cover, breaking up compacted soil and radial trenching with an [...]
Winter Backyard Winter is going to come to the east end this year like a freight train from the heart of Siberia and now is the time to get your trees ready for it! At Fox Tree we're already pre-treating boxwoods and other ornamentals for next spring with dormant fungicides to protect existing [...]
Boxwood Blight Symptoms State extension offices throughout the northeast are alerting arborists and landscapers to be aware of the incursion of a serious new disease of boxwoods known as "boxwood blight." The disease has been reported since 2011 in North Carolina and Connecticut and more recently in New York, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ohio, Rhode [...]
Fall Webworm Our pest management technicians are starting to see fall webworms appearing in a variety of different host trees and ornamental shrubs, including cherries, crabapples, birches and walnuts. Their nests (or "webs") are usually constructed at the ends of branches, unlike the eastern tent caterpillar (seen in springtime) which builds its' nests [...]