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New Tree & Ornamental Info from LIAA Meeting at Hofstra

Our team  went in full force to the Long Island Arborists Association's 45th Annual Tree Symposium at Hofstra University. We  were able to get information and ask scientific experts about some of the upcoming tree and ornamental pests facing us on Long Island. These include: Emerald Ash Borer, Southern Pine Beetle, Asiatic Long-Horned Beetle, White [...]

February 9th, 2017|

Happy Arbor Day!!

Beech Happy Arbor Day to all our tree loving friends! Plant a tree today and help reduce carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. Call us for any help with your trees and shrubs, including tree pruning, insect and disease control, fertilizing, cabling, tree removals and any questions about trees. Fox Tree is there to [...]

May 3rd, 2016|

Winter Storm Safety Pruning

Winter Tree Another serious winter storm is hitting Long Island, especially Suffolk County. More snow is expected over next few days, followed by freezing temperatures! We hope that you and your family are safe and OK. Storms with high winds like this cause limbs to come down and remind us how important it is to be [...]

February 8th, 2016|

First Blizzard of 2016 – Are Your Trees Ready?

Snow toppled trees Well folks, the time has come for the first serious winter storm to hit Long Island in 2016. Certainly it won't be the last! We hope that you and your family get through no problem, but please call us if any limbs come crashing down or (God forbid) any trees [...]

January 22nd, 2016|

Fox Tree is Best of the Best Again!

Fox Tree - Dan's Best of the Best 2013 Winner Yes, folks, once again we have won Dan's Paper's Best-of-the-Best contest for tree companies on the south fork of Long Island! That means more people voted for us to do tree removals, tree pruning, cabling, lightning protection, stump grinding, tree spraying, tree fertilizing [...]

November 22nd, 2013|

Winter Damage to Trees: What You Can Do

  Salt Injury to Cryptomeria This winter has caused a lot of damage to ornamental trees of all different types, from salt injury to white pines and other salt-intolerant evergreens, to wind damage from Super Storm Sandy and subsequent winter storms, to damage caused by heavy, wet snow from the record setting February [...]

February 27th, 2013|