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 Best Trees to Plant for Fall Colors

The fall season brings apple picking, game-days, moderately chilled weather, pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating, and of course, changing tree colors. These varying colors entice us to go outside and view the beauty we are surrounded by here in the Midwest. The real question is, what trees will provide us with these beautiful fall colors? Continue Reading

2019-09-13T14:19:09+00:00 September 13th, 2019|

Trees to Plant for Shade

If you’re looking for a new tree to provide shade for you and your family, consider these varieties as relatively faster growing trees that can add a lot of natural beauty to your landscape. A couple things to remember before we begin: planting a tree in Wisconsin to shade your house from the sun requires placement...Continue Reading

2019-07-25T11:12:11+00:00 June 25th, 2019|

Wisconsin Tree Pest Infestations

Every staple Wisconsin tree is at risk of being attacked by bugs and insects. While many of them appear to be harmless, they contribute to problems that long-term could cost a tree’s life. Insect control is a crucial part in keeping your landscape both beautiful and healthy. Here are some pests that invade common Wisconsin tree species...Continue Reading

2019-07-25T13:12:51+00:00 May 23rd, 2019|

Examining Tree Roots After Another Wisconsin Winter

Winter in Wisconsin is officially over. The ground has thawed, trees and shrubs are coming to life and properties are starting to look lively again. To make sure your trees continue to grow and mature the way they’re supposed to, inspecting their overall structure is a crucial recommendation...Continue Reading

2019-07-25T13:17:14+00:00 May 23rd, 2019|