Scott Lamm, ISA Certified Arborist
Territory and Services:
Scott operates out of SavATree’s Mountainside,NJ branch, providing comprehensive tree, shrub, lawn, tick and deer services to Short Hills, Livingston, and West Orange, NJ. Some of SavATree’s popular services offered by Scott and the team to the Short Hills area include tree pruning and trimming, tree removal, tree and lawn fertilization, lawn and tree disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment, organic lawn care and other organic shrub and tree care services, lawn seeding, lawn aeration, weed control, pest control including our organic tick and mosquito treatments and deer browsing prevention services including our effective monthly DeerTech program. Scott and the team are highly trained and experienced in dealing with conditions unique to the Short Hills and central New Jersey area. If you would like Scott to come out to your property and design a custom tree, shrub and lawn care program tailored to your unique wants and needs at no cost to you, then don’t hesitate to reach out today!
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (908) 301-9400
Scott has been working on landscapes in and around the Short Hills area since the early 1970s. His main service area is Short Hills, NJ.
Scott attended Cook College at Rutgers University and New York Botanical Gardens horticulture program.
Industry Involvement, Awards and Certifications:
- ISA Certified Arborist
- Licensed with NJ Department of Environmental Protection
- Former Board Member of NJ Arborist Association
Residential Landscapes, Commercial Properties, Historic Trees
Scott is a volunteer for numerous events for the NJ Youth Corp.
Scott grew up in Summit, NJ. He lives with his wife of 34 years in Ocean County, NJ. He enjoys the occasional company of his two grown children, as well as his grandchildern. He enjoys gardening, football and any outdoor activity.
Why He Became An Arborist:
“I like being outside, meeting different people and new challenges every day.”
Customer Service Philosophy:
“Treat everyone fairly and address their needs, not your own.”
Observations in the Field:
There is a Fungus Among Us!
July 11, 2019 – Due to the drenching spring rain falls we received at the time of leaf development, many trees are now suffering from a number of different leaf diseases! If your trees are dropping leaves, you should contact your SavATree arborist immediately to identify the problem and establish the proper countermeasures.
Prevent Dutch Elm Disease
July 9, 2019 – Do you have an American elm on your property that you value? SavATree offers treatment to protect your treasured elm trees. Once an elm is in this condition, there is no hope in saving it. Be proactive and caring for your valuable trees! Contact SavATree today.
Measure Your Soil Moisture
July 6, 2019 – Not sure if you’re watering enough or watering too much? A wonderful, low cost investment is a soil moisture meter. You don’t have to be a scientist to read it and you can generally pick one up for less than $20. For advice on proper lawn care, contact your local SavATree arborist.
Protect Your Property From Deer Browsing
June 6, 2019 – Are deer gobbling up your landscape? The yearlings are curious and are eating things they normally are not accustomed to eating. If you are losing plants to the browsing or if you are worried about ticks and Lyme Disease and other co-infections that go along with them, please contact our office for a no-obligation consultation. SavATree offers many organic family-friendly solutions including our very popular and effective DeerTech program. Contact us to learn more.
Do You Have Deer Eating Your Plants?
June 14, 2018 – Do you have deer eating your plants? Even plants which are generally considered to be deer resistant can be browsed if the conditions are favorable. This Green Giant Arborvitae in Short Hills, NJ was eaten by deer and also had its trunk rubbed by young bucks in an attempt to remove the velvet from their horns. SavATree has many options to minimize the damage of deer browsing and to help protect you and your family from contracting Lyme disease from deer ticks.