• Three Ways to Prevent Tree Failure

    Here are three suggestions to keep this from happening to your Mesquite: 1. When planting your small tree from a pot be sure to unravel the roots and trim off any roots that appear to be strangling the tree. The roots take the shape of the pot. If  left that way when planted into the ground […]

    Posted at August 2, 2012 » By : » Categories : Featured » Comments Off on Three Ways to Prevent Tree Failure
  • Palm Prunning

    Tall Mexican Fan Palms Pruned in July.    Trim your palms in July after all the seed pods have sprouted.

    Posted at July 10, 2012 » By : » Categories : Featured » Comments Off on Palm Prunning
  • Help for Freeze-Damaged Landscapes

    The following article was copied from the Arizona Community Tree Council Website. by Cathy Rymer, City of Chandler Even in the desert freezing temperatures can occur causing damage to many landscape plants and making them look a bit ‘toasted’.  While many frost-sensitive plants can tolerate freezing temperatures for brief periods, nights that dip into the […]

    Posted at February 19, 2011 » By : » Categories : Featured » Comments Off on Help for Freeze-Damaged Landscapes
  • Mesquites in Tucson

    Mesquites are found all over Tucson as they grow extremely well in our soil and make great shade.  They are pruned both functionally and for good structure and health. Pruning your Mesquite functionally usually involves raising it from structures as not to cause damage as well as from walk and driveways for clearance and vistas. […]

    Posted at February 16, 2011 » By : » Categories : Featured » Comments Off on Mesquites in Tucson