Control Tree Growth with Cambistat
Uncontrolled tree growth is like eating too much cake-- sometimes there are undesirable consequences to a good thing. Everyone loves a mature tree, but when it becomes a safety hazard, threatens structures, or simply outgrows available space, that’s a problem. Luckily, there’s a way you can have your cake and eat it too—keeping your tree in place, while maintaining the wellbeing of your property.
Plant Health Care: A Prescription for Curb Appeal
Staying healthy takes work. From eating right to exercising, getting enough sleep and managing stress, good health doesn’t happen automatically. The same is true for plants and trees. When it comes to maintaining a vibrant landscape, Plant Health Care is the answer.
Spotted Lanternfly: Tips for Protection - Ask BrightView
Spotted Lanternfly infestation is worse than predicted in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Virginia. Bill Paige, a certified arborist and BrightView’s spotted lanternfly remediation expert, shares tips for prevention against spotted lanternfly infestation.
Trees: To Remove, or Not to Remove?
No one wants to think about removing trees from their property, but sometimes it’s an unfortunate reality. When a tree moves from an asset to liability, it’s time to call in the experts for safe and efficient removal. Here’s how to know if removal is something you should consider.
Colonial Williamsburg Receives Arboretum Accreditation
ArbNet named Williamsburg to its global database for meeting the organization’s professional standards, practices, and criteria; enabling collaboration in scientific, collections, and conservation activities; and advancing the planting, study, and conservation of trees.
Spotted Lanternflies Have Some Properties Seeing Red
The spotted lanternfly is an invasive species that first made an appearance in the U.S. in Berks County, Pa., in 2014. Since that time, it has been found in other parts of Pennsylvania, as well as New Jersey and Virginia. In addition to the damage it can cause to your landscape, the spotted lanternfly poses a large threat to both the ecosystem and the economy.
What are the Steps to Prune a Palm Tree? - Ask BrightView
Do you have palm trees in your landscape that you think may need pruning? Or perhaps you are just curious about how palms are pruned? This is the video for you as Certified Arborist Larry Martony breaks down the steps and what to look for on your palm trees.
Trees Feel the Pressure in Urban Areas
A lack of space, traffic, pollution, and more, combined with natural stress from changing weather patterns, cause a slow and steady decline in urban trees. These are some of your property's most valuable assets. Fortunately, there are things you can and should do to help alleviate stress for your trees.