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Timely Tips Spring 2019

Spring/Summer 2019 – Arizona


Tips From The Top

When your SavATree arborist is out scouting your property and assessing the health of your trees, shrubs, and lawn, it’s easy to assume that his or her impact ends at your property line.

Daniel Van Starrenburg

The Art of Tree Shaping

In Wirksworth, England, chairs grow out of the ground in neat rows. This isn’t some kind of kitschy art installation—these “chairs” are live willow trees.

Why Prune?

There are more reasons than you might think.

You Ask, We Answer

The care you give your lawn now will keep it lush and green well into the fall. Here are the questions we hear the most when we’re out evaluating people’s lawns.

Plant health

Different Name, Same Great Team

In case you haven’t heard, we have some exciting news! Integrity Tree Service has merged with SavATree, a leading provider of expert tree and shrub care. Meet our Phoenix, AZ team.

How Changing Weather Patterns Affect Your Landscape

Plant Health Care isn’t just about saving your trees or shrubs after a problem has been diagnosed. Much like preventive health care for people, it’s about maintaining your trees’ health and wellness before a problem arises, sparing them stress, saving you money, and increasing their lifespan.

Organic Lawn Program

Landscape Care Calendar

View monthly tips to provide proper care for your landscape.

Landscape calendar

Company Update

Integrity Tree Service of Phoenix, AZ and Mike’s Tree Surgeons of Troy, MI, two other premier providers of professional lawn care and tree care services, recently merged with SavATree. Learn more about our new teams!

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Stop Spider Mites

Mites suck the sap and chlorophyll from leaves and fruit, leaving behind damaged foliage. Luckily, we can help.

Work here. Thrive here

I became an Arborist because of my passion for trees and their connection to the community. As a municipal and commercial arborist, my career has been filled with taking care of trees and working with people.

Becky Wegner