At SavATree, we won’t settle for second best. But that’s much easier to say than to achieve. So we spend a great deal of time thinking about what it actually means to be the best, what we must do to set ourselves apart, and how to continuously gauge and improve our level of success.
Winter can wreak havoc on landscapes. While we can’t stop the cold, ice and snow, we can take steps to minimize the damage to your trees, shrubs and lawn and help them look their best come spring. Here are some of the most effective ways to protect your landscape through the fall and winter months.
Three prominent landscape architects discuss their favorite trees, shrubs and groundcovers.
Let’s examine Pear rust and oak wilt. Find out how to identify if they are effected and proper prevention methods.
Located in Springfield, Virginia, Danbury Forest Homeowners Association is a 42 year old community located on 115 wooded acres. “Our trees are our greatest asset,” asserts Cheryl McDonald, member of the board and the maintenance committee that hired SavATree’s Consulting Group, “and also our greatest liability. They are the reason why we live here, but they can also be very dangerous.”
More than thirty members of SavATree’s management team from across the country came together for their annual Volunteer Day at the Henry Whitfield State Museum in Guilford, Connecticut.
View our Landscape Calendar: September, October, November, December, January and February.
Meet a Branch Manager and learn how he got started with SavATree.
Help The Porpcupine Find His Forest Friends