Is It Time to Have Your Trees Inspected?
“Most trees fail due to a pre-existing condition.” Certified Arborist Scott Carlson, who works from our Greenville Branch, was recently interviewed about the dangers civilians
Protect Your Trees From Lightning
Here in South Carolina, our ancient live oaks and tall pines are a part of our heritage. Not only do we want to protect these
A Look On The Blight Side
What is Fire Blight? You may have seen this disease without even knowing it! If you see scorched leaves on your plants, fire blight may
One is the Loneliest Number: Companion Planting for Trees
From Alder and Cherry to Lemon and Willow, all trees need nutrients to grow. To get the most from your plants, you must give them
May is here! The old adage says, “April showers bring May flowers,” and so far April hasn’t disappointed; we’ve had a lot of rain recently,
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
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)
Downtown Tree Restoration Underway in Greenville
Watch this interview about Downtown Greenville, SC Tree Restoration underway by our very own Luther Marchant. Downtown Tree Restoration Underway in Greenville Watch this interview
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.
Can Pruning Really Help Reduce Damage?
We’ve had a lot of fluctuating weather in the past few months, and there have been times when its been especially cold (even snowing). What
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
Schneider Tree Care Employee Gains Certified Treecare Safety Professional Status
Brian Gray recently completed the Certified Treecare Safety Professional (CTSP) program offered by the Tree Care Industry Association. The CTSP program allows one or more
Why Should You Have Your Tree Inspected?
We’re still in the first month of the new year, so it’s not too late to start developing some good habits! We encourage you to
Do You Make New Year’s Resolutions?
In preparation for a new year and a fresh start, many folks will sit down and set some goals for themselves; maybe that’s focusing on
Are Your Trees and Shrubs Getting Their Vitamins?
Trees and shrubs are a lot like people. We all need nutrients to survive! Many of us take vitamins each day to promote good health;
Tree Banding: A Cure For Cankerworms
During the Fall and Winter season, a certain pest begins to rear its ugly head (particularly in the direction of willow oak trees). These pests
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!
Autumn Changes: Why Do Leaves Fall and Change Color?
Autumn is a beautiful time of year. The heat begins to fade, and leaves on the trees start to turn from green to red, orange,
Trick or Tree: Do You Have a Halloween Tree?
Are you scared of the trees on your property? You may have good reason to be! Is there a trick to keeping them healthy and
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
Soil Compaction Symptoms and Solutions
What Is Soil Compaction? Rain is a good thing, right? Yes, all your landscape plants need water, and rain is the best source for that
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
Is There Something Bugging Your Trees?
Summer is here and now’s the time when all sorts of bugs will be showing up on your property. One of those may be the
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;