Tree Care Advice from Certified Arborists
Wachtel Tree Science’s tree care tip blog is an online resource regarding all aspects of tree care and plant health care management. Here, our Certified Arborists offer information on a wide variety of tree care topics that we feel are important for our clients to know. In our ongoing goal to provide education and knowledge of the tree care industry, we hope you use this blog as a beneficial tool to help keep your trees healthy and beautiful. Take advantage of the years of experience and extensive industry knowledge of our Certified Arborists and explore our Tree Care Tip Blog below.
The brilliant colors of fall entice each one of us to get outside, go for a walk, and enjoy the beauty around us, but when we begin to see those colors fall, we know the winter cold is upon us. What if the beautiful fall leaves on my trees have not yet fallen by February? Continue Reading
The large pine tree in your front yard has endured a steadfast fall and has been struck by winter right away. Covered in ice one day, then experiencing temperatures into the 50°s the next; your pine is facing strange winter weather. Continue Reading
In Wisconsin, we are no stranger to winter storms and their capabilities. However, this term “winter storm” is a broad one because there are varying types of storms our trees can be exposed to. Five specific storms that threaten our trees, and landscape are snow squalls, blizzards, ice storms, freezing rain, and sleet. Continue Reading
This is the time of giving thanks; and all of us here at Wachtel Tree Science want to take this time to thank you all! As you’re sitting down at thanksgiving with your family, or celebrating the plethora of holidays coming up, think about us at Wachtel Tree Science as well. Continue Reading
Be sure to prepare and inspect one of the most crucial components of your property, your trees. Before Jack Frost can bite your trees, take preemptive steps, such as wrapping the trunk, mulching the base, recycling your leaves and many more, to ensure the safety of your trees in the harsh winter environment. Continue Reading
Recent weather patterns in Wisconsin have created stress to our trees. Thinner canopy sizes, early fall colors, and various fungi have infected the trees. This brings greater importance to fall tree care before we head into the winter months. Continue Reading