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Fall is for Fertilizing!

Traditionally, early spring or the beginning of the new growth year, was the recommended time for the application of a fertilizer. Trees, shrubs, and ornamentals in need of a boost can use those extra nutrients to push out new growth and sustain themselves during periods of heat and drought. Using different nutrients throughout the season, [...]

October 17th, 2018|

Snow Damage to Ornamentals

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 [...]

February 18th, 2014|

Winter Isn’t Over Yet! Hazard Trees Are Still Dangerous

Fallen hazardous tree in Southampton, NY Even though we've weathered Super Storm Sandy and the February record blizzard, winter is still not over. It's important to take care of hazard tree problems before any future storms occur, rather than when your house has been trashed or your driveway blocked. We've already seen large [...]

February 21st, 2013|