How to Protect Fruit Trees During a Freeze

05/12/2016

While the climate in Georgia tends to be quite pleasant throughout the year, temperatures can slump at night during the winter. Snow and ice are rare, but they do occur. Trees are quite good at withstanding the cold, but fruit trees are more prone to damage than trees like oaks or magnolias. Fruit trees have

Most Popular Trees In Atlanta

04/12/2016

Atlanta is renowned for the magnificence of the trees that adorn many of its streets, parks and open green areas. Many of the trees help provide much needed shade during the sweltering summers. Apart from this practical aspect, they are beautiful to look at, especially when they are fully laden with foliage during spring, summer

What’s Happening To Auburn’s Iconic Oak Trees?

03/12/2016

Trees look strong and solid, but they are living organisms. Just like any other living organisms, they are prone to disease. Because they are rooted to the spot, they are also prone to damage and destruction, both accidental and malicious in nature. Atlanta GA tree inspection specialists know exactly how dangerous some diseases can be,

Why Atlanta Is Called The City In The Forest

02/12/2016

It will come as no surprise that Atlanta is dubbed the City in the Forest because of the number of trees that line its streets and that feature heavily in its parkland. However, the nickname does not convey just how numerous the trees are in the city. Aerial photographs show that most of the city

Why Is My Birch Tree Peeling?

01/12/2016

The bark of a tree is the tree’s equivalent to a human’s skin. It provides the first protective layer against weather and disease. Just as humans are prone to infection if the skin is damaged, trees, too, can be affected if the bark is penetrated. It is understandable why people would become concerned when they

The Holidays are Coming; Let’s Make it Last!

12/10/2015

With the holidays right around the corner and the festivities starting earlier and earlier with each passing year, we thought we would jump on the bandwagon to help all of our customers extend the life of the holiday season – through greenery. Each year, countless families load up the family car, truck or van and

The Trees of Fall

18/09/2015

Fall is easily the best planting season for trees. Why is this? By transplanting trees in the fall, when the summer heat has died down and before the ground temperatures drop and freeze, the tree has time to develop its root system. Fall is a dormant season for trees and this allows the tree to