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Eastern Tent Caterpillar on Tree Bark

Eastern Tent Caterpillar

We’re in the midst of Spring, and we thought it was time to remind you about the Eastern Tent Caterpillar. These little guys are commonly

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Crawling Canker Worm

The Cankerworms Are Coming

It’s officially Spring, and that means insects are getting ready to be everywhere. After lying dormant throughout the winter, many insects (including some not-so-beneficial ones)

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Ready to Celebrate Arbor Day?

What is Arbor Day? Arbor Day is a special holiday once a year in which individuals, communities, or businesses celebrate and engage in public tree-planting.

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Spring Fever

Springtime is getting closer; the weather is gradually getting warmer and each day stretches a little longer than the last. With these changes comes the

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Caring for Your Christmas Tree

Oh, Christmas Tree!

It’s almost that time of year–specifically, the most wonderful time of the year. The Christmas season is upon us, and you know what that means!

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Damage Caused by Fallen Tree

When Nature Strikes

 Tree Care After the Storm For much of the southeast, Hurricane Irma has come and gone and left a path of flooding and damage. Other

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Man Standing in Front of an Oak Tree

How Old Is My Tree?

Common Tree Questions There are some questions that come up on a regular basis when I walk a property with our clients. Questions like, “What

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There’s A Fungus Among Us

What is ‘Black Knot’? Check this out! One of our technicians brought in a branch this week with a strange bulbous-looking fungus growing on it;

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Taking Care of Your Trees During Drought

“Evergreen trees like Arborvitae, Cryptomeria, Hemlock, Leyland Cypress, Pines, and Magnolias are dying all over Charlotte, North Carolina, Greenville, South Carolina, and Charleston, South Carolina.

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