Tom Tiddens of Chicago Botanic Garden has written an excellent piece on Boxwood Blight, republished here with permission. You can find the original article here: Plant Disease Alert: Boxwood Blight. We hope you find it helpful, and we are appreciative of Chicago Botanic Garden allowing us to share it with our readers. …Details
Today, a Massachusetts SavATree crew is working at 19 1/2 Washington Square in Salem, where the Salem Witch Museum is located.
Snow mold is a fungal disease that can rear its ugly head when snow melts in early spring. It’s a common occurrence on lawn turf in years when early winter snows cover an unfrozen ground or when ground conditions are unseasonably wet. Since homeowners in many SavATree service areas just experienced a couple of very…Details
Tree Care Industry Association is proud to announce the winners for the annual Professional Communication Awards, an award honoring marketing and communication excellence in the tree care industry. SavATree won in three categories.Details
Tulips in full bloom in SavATree’s Booth #230 at the Philly Flower Show. Stop by to find out how to protect your tulips from deer! About the Philly Flower Show, from the founders: The 2017 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, ”Holland: Flowering the World,” celebrates the beauty and ingenuity of Dutch culture, from vivid flower fields…Details
When living with wintry snow and ice conditions, the safety of roads and pedestrian walkways are the first priority. However, application of de-icing salt can wreak havoc with the health of your property’s lawn, trees, and shrubs. How Salt Damages Plants and Lawns Sodium chloride — refined rock salt — is the cheapest and most…Details
SavATree is pleased to announce its new sponsorship with the American Platform Tennis Association (APTA). For those who are unfamiliar with platform tennis (also known as paddle tennis), it was developed in 1928 by Cogswell and Fessenden of Scarsdale, New York. These two gentlemen were primarily interested in a racquet sport that could be played…Details
Warm winters can affect the condition of your lawn in spring. Longer growing season Warm winters prevent lawns from going completely dormant. As a result, you may see more green & growth much sooner than usual. Although this could mean more mowing, it is an excellent opportunity to clean up leaves & debris on your…Details
We are grateful to our skilled climbers who are highly trained, skilled and dedicated. They are up in the canopies in the winter, where the air is cold but the view is beautiful. Thanks Mike Ducott from our Middleton Branch for serving our customers and taking care of their trees!
Ah, the beauty of a mid-winter snowfall. Curled up in the easy chair with a hot cuppa, gazing out the window as your trees and shrubs are transformed into frosted confections. But wait. What’s this wintry mix doing to my trees and shrubs?! Of course, the best defense against snow damage to your landscape is…Details