Jesse Wyner, Arborist

Territory and Services:

Jesse operates out of SavATree’s Rockville branch in Maryland, providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Bethesda and Chevy Chase, MD. Jesse and the team not only provide excellent and professional tree, shrub and lawn care services to clients, but also provide the best customer service available in the Maryland suburbs of Washington DC. Some popular services offered to clients include tree pruning and trimming, tree removal and take downs, shrub trimming, tree and lawn fertilization, lawn and tree disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment, organic lawn care and other organic care options, weed control, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, pest management such as organic mosquito and tick treatments and deer repellents including our DeerTech program. Need an arborist? Look no further than the experts at SavATree. Reach out to the Rockville branch today to schedule a consultation with Jesse! 

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (301) 545-1712


Jesse earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Technology with a concentration in Soil and Watershed Science from the University of Maryland.


Jesse began his career as a landscaper in 2009 operating out of an independent garden center in Washington, D.C. He has extensive experience in landscaping as well as tree work and sales. Over the years he has taken continuing education classes on tree identification, wildflower identification, meteorology, and soil science.

Industry Involvement, Awards and Certifications:

Jesse competed on the Intercollegiate Soil Judging team at the University of Maryland where his team won first place at the National Competition in 2017 and was ranked 14th overall in the 2018 National Competition. He is currently working on becoming a Licensed Tree Expert.


Jesse was born and raised in Montgomery County, Maryland and now owns a small farm in Myersville with his wife. He is an avid gardener, native plant enthusiast, and huge Green Bay Packers fan.

Community Involvement

While working as a landscape and garden center in D.C., Jesse became involved in the urban gardening community by teaching classes on plant care, nutrition, and gardening at places such as Bread for the City – a nonprofit that has the largest rooftop garden in Washington, D.C.

Why He Became An Arborist:

“I have always been an outdoor person and my love for trees and nature has only grown. I was particularly inspired to take classes on tree identification through the Audobon Society and from caring for my own fruit trees.”

Customer Service Philosophy:

“I believe that taking an empathic approach helps understand what the property-owner wants to do with their landscape.”