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The cold months are right ahead of us and it’s time to consider some scheduled winter tree care and maintenance. Here are some things to consider as we approach the colder parts of the year. Consideration of the things in this article can not only help…
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Tropical Cindy is causing quite a bit of damage along the Northwest Florida coast. New Leaf Arboriculture is here to help with tree services provided by our trained arborists. We also want to share some information that can help you after a storm. Here…
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The Southern Live Oak Tree or the Quercus Virginiana grows in various areas of our beautiful Fort Walton Beach Florida. It is considered an evergreen tree. This Oak Tree primarily grows in the Southeastern part of the United States and especially in lower…
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Washingtonia Palm grows really well here in northwest Florida. The Washingtonia Robusta is native to northern Mexico, while Washingtonia Filifera is native to the southwestern United States. The climate and other conditions here in northwest Florida make…
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An arborist’s job is much like that of a logger or forester. Unlike a logger, an arborist focuses on a tree’s health and safety rather than a whole forest. Arborists remove your trees safely when they pose a risk to your property, surrounding plants, and…
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Did you know that winter is a great time to start thinking about your spring tree health? Before the hurricane season starts up here along the Gulf Coast, you want to make sure your trees remain in healthy condition and schedule tree service with an…
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Trees are breathing!!!!!!!!!!! Not really but pretty neat!
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Fun Tree Fact of the Day!

Methuselah

At 4,841 years old, this ancient bristle cone pine is the oldest known non-clonal organism on Earth. Located in the White Mountains of California, in Inyo National Forest, Methuselah's exact location is kept a close secret in order to protect it from the public. (An older specimen named Prometheus, which was about 4,900 years old, was cut down by a researcher in 1964 with the U.S. Forest Service's permission.)
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