Pruning -

The wisest investment you can make in your property is to keep the trees and shrubs safe, healthy, and beautiful by maintaining a pruning program. The periodic removal of plant parts is done for health, structural integrity, safety, appearance, and restoration after storms or other damage. A tree not properly pruned can harm healthy plant growth. Choose your aborist carefully.

Tree Removal/Stump Removal -

Tree removal is the most hazardous aspect of arboriculture. Often, tree workers must remove trees growing in confined spaces near homes, utility lines, and other sensitive areas. Tree removal requires considerable experience and training to successfully perform this task.

Tree Replanting -

Before replacing a plant that has died, the cause of failure of the previous planting should be identified. Many plants die from soil-related problems such as poor drainage, compaction, and adverse pH. Performing a site and soil analysis before selecting and installing the new plant is a key to successful establishment.

Plant Healthcare/Soil Management -

A plant healthcare program is essential in an urban environment because of what is known as “Urban Stress” this refers to the root injury caused by construction in an urban setting.

Fertilizing -

To correct and prevent nutrient deficiencies, Arbor Hill uses a complete line of approved fertilizers and soil amendments, which are customized to meet the specific needs of your plants.

Cabling and Bracing -

Cabling/bracing a support method used to reduce the possibility of branch failure.


Additional Related Online Resources
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www.mauget.com
www.treefolds.com
www.arborday.org
www.isa-arbor.com