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Timing Matters: The Best Time to Prune Oak Trees

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Pruning is essential to maintain the health and aesthetics of oak trees. However, timing is crucial when it comes to pruning these majestic beauties. In this blog post, we explore the best time to prune oak trees, providing insights and guidance to ensure their longevity and well-being. The ideal time to prune oak trees is […]

Summer Considerations for Spongy Moth

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This has been another year of significantly high Lymantria dispar, or spongy moth (formerly “gypsy moth”) populations across much of Pennsylvania. What should you be doing this time of year? The spongy moth life cycle is about complete, we are past the point of peak defoliation and trees are trying to push out new leaves. […]

Why Watering Matters Through the Fall Season

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With leaves pretty much gone from trees this time of the year in Pennsylvania, we know growing season is over and we may stop the gardening and watering. But, fallen leaves is not exactly the best gauge year-to-year for when it’s time to quit ourselves. If you take these few simple recommendations with watering, your […]

Seasonal Flagging To Watch For

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Late summer and early fall is the time of the year to be aware of trees holding up “flags” that indicate disease and decay. You’ll know there is an issue with your trees when you know what the signs are to look for. Are your trees dropping leaves earlier than others? Is the foliage of […]