Arbor Masters Tree & Landscape

Arbor Masters Tree & Landscape

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  • Spring Is Right Around the Corner

    Spring is Just Around the Corner With the exception of a few cold days and a few snow falls this year, the Midwest has had a warmer than usual winter. Hopefully spring is not too far behind! While it is still too early to start planting, you can prepare your landscape for spring growth. Late February and March are the ideal time to prune fruit trees, shrubs and ornamental grasses. Pruning trees an...

Arbor Masters Tree & Landscape

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  • Protecting your Shrubs and Trees from Winter Burn

    Protecting your Shrubs and Trees from Winter Burn Laura Peterson, Certified Arborist I cannot begin to guess what this winter is going to bring; 2 feet of snow covering the ground until March, below zero with high winds and no snow until January or mild 40 degree days with sporadic snowfall and 2 inches of ice covering everything in March. Whatever conditions occur this winter it is bound to be d...

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  • Dormant Tree Pruning

    When is the best time to prune trees? Many homeowners think that the best time to prune trees is when there are still leaves in the canopy. In truth, winter is a great time to prune trees. The benefits of pruning in winter There are numerous benefits to pruning your trees in the winter such as: Dead or diseased branches are easily identifiable Cracks or splits in branches are more visible Fungus, ...

  • Rabbit and Deer Damage

    Deer and Rabbits Can Damage your Landscape Sweet, doe-eyed deer and adorable rabbits are fascinating to watch as they visit your neighborhood. Unfortunately, these adorable animals are also a great source of destruction to trees, shrubs, plants and your grass.  Both deer and rabbits will eat lower, tender branches and bark off trees as well as new growth on bushes, perennials and grass. In additi...

  • Preventing Salt Damage to your Landscape

    We have already had a few bouts with slick streets this winter making driving a challenge. We rely on the our city snow plows to treat the streets that allow us to drive safely in snow and ice. Unfortunately, the de-icing agents can have a negative affect on your lawn and near-by trees. The effects of de-icers on your Landscape The de-icing agents can contain excessive salt levels which can leach ...

  • Be Prepared for Winter Storms

    Don’t be Caught Off Guard! What will this winter bring? According to weather forecasters, the Midwest winter should be similar to that of last year, with warmer than normal temperatures. Remember, winter does not mean just snow or ice storms, it can also bring blustery, cold winds that can be strong at times. A seasonal storm is not the time to see how healthy your trees really are. When is the be...

  • Dormant Seeding; the Solution to Problem Areas in your Lawn

    It is too late to reseed your lawn this year. However, if you missed out on reseeding, there is another option; dormant seeding. What is Dormant Seeding? Dormant seeding is a unique way to seed late in the year and get great results in the spring. While most seeding is done in the fall, there are advantages to dormant seeding later in the year: Dormant seeding is ideal for filling in bald patches ...

  • Fall is a Great Time to Plant Trees and Shrubs

    Did you know that fall is a great time to update your landscape with new trees and shrubs? When you planting new trees and shrubs in the fall, it gives them time to establish their root system before cold weather sets in and the trees and shrubs begin their dormant stage. Which Tree or Shrub is Best for your Landscape? There are so many trees and shrubs to choose from, it is difficult to know whic...

  • Fall Landscape Services

    The days are flying by and soon we will be gearing up for fall with the holiday season not too far behind. With so much to do and so little time, when do you find time for yard work? The solution is Arbor Masters! What services does Arbor Masters offer? The list of outdoor chores may seem endless. Arbor Masters is ready to help you get your landscape ready for fall and winter with these fall servi...

Arbor Masters Tree & Landscape

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Generated 5 months ago

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  • Tree Fertilization

    Did your trees suffer from the summer heat this year? Lack of consistent moisture, insect or disease issues and environmental can cause undue stress to your your trees. How do I know my tree is stressed? Signs a tree may be in distress are early leaf drop, stagnant growth, branch dieback, too little or too much moisture, or trees that have suffered from recent insect or diseases. In addition, ther...

Arbor Masters Tree & Landscape

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Generated 5 months ago

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  • Fall is the Best Time to Renovate Your Lawn

    When is the best time to start your lawn renovation? It may sound a bit premature to think about your spring lawn, but September is one of the best times to get your lawn ready for next year.  The warm days and cool nights in September make spring lawn preparation ideal. Summer heat, insects and weeds can take a toll on your lawn. If your lawn has dead patches, insect issues or weeds, then now is ...

Arbor Masters Tree & Landscape

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