1. 4 Reasons to Wrap Your New Trees & Shrubs Before Winter Hits

    Winter is coming— and there are a few things you need to do to prepare for the winter ahead. You might be finishing your last mow, fertilizing your turf and even thinking about pruning your dormant trees and bushes when the cold hits. But have you remembered to wrap your newly planted shrubs and…Read More

  2. 6 Fall Planting Tips for Your New England Garden

    Autumn is finally here, and it’s hitting Massachusetts in full force! It’s that time of the year where homeowners are itching to commemorate fall with seasonal decor. But while the pumpkins and hay bales look fabulous framing your door, the rest of your landscape is looking pretty lackluster fro…Read More

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    Poor Lawn Drainage Can Cause Winter Crown Hydration

    During the winter, your grass undergoes a great deal of stress. Cold temperatures, freezing ice, and compaction from heavy snow and snowmen building are just the beginning. Some landscapes have something else to worry about: crown hydration. Homeowners with poor lawn drainage systems are often the v…Read More

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    Is Your Tree Dying? Signs of a “Sick” Tree

    When you get sick, it can be hard to diagnose the problem. Though you have a runny nose and sore throat, that can be a number of illnesses. Trees get a variety of infections or are affected by their environment just like us— except they often have very different symptoms than sneezing or fevering!…Read More

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    Protect Your Trees from Invasive Insects with Arborjet Tree Injections

    The emergence of spring welcomes many hungry insects, out from hibernation or hatching in hoards. These caterpillars, moths, beetles and other pests take to your plants, breeding nests in your branches, eating up your leaves, and oftentimes, slowly killing your towering trees. Your trees took years …Read More

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    4 Ways to Protect Your Shrubs & Trees from Winter Deer Damage

    In Massachusetts, we have a lot of deer. As fall wears on, corn fields, native perennials and other sources die off, and these four-legged neighbors are quick to munch on your lovingly maintained landscape. With an adult deer capable of eating roughly six pounds of plant material a day, they can wre…Read More

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    Massachusetts Most Common Tree Bugs & How to Stop Them

    Insects infestation can be a real problem. These pesky buggers swarm or overtake your trees, eating away at your prized landscape features. Not only is it expensive to replace these trees if attacked and killed, but no homeowner wants to worry about stepping on caterpillars or seeing fuzzy, mold-lik…Read More