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How to Protect Your Trees from Deer - Snohomish County has a fairly significant deer population. If you live more along the rural areas, expect to run into a buck or doe every now and then. Spotting one is a delightful experience. Unfortunately, if they wander into your property, they ca...
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Trimming and Pruning: What’s the Difference? - Most homeowners use the terms tree trimming and tree pruning interchangeably. Tree service professionals, though, treat the terms differently. Yes, both involve removing branches and leaves, but you trim the tree for a different reason than you prune...
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Should You Plant a Tree on a Slope? - The addition of a tree is always a beautiful addition to your natural outdoor decor. However, what if your home is located on a hill? Should you plant a tree on a slope? What are the benefits? What are the complications, if any? The Challenges Sl...
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Why Is Bark Falling Off My Tree? - Thick bark is one of the many hallmarks of a healthy tree. Should you be worried, though, when you see falling bark? Is the tree dying? Is it molting the way reptiles shed their skin? We’ll explain the many potential implications when trees shed th...
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What Is the White Tree Fuzz I See? - You may spot white tree fuzz during late fall. No, this is not snow, which should be apparent since the Seattle area doesn’t see a whole lot of snow. The fuzz is especially common among the needles and branches of evergreens. We’ll explain what t...
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Why Speedy Dead Tree Removal Is Important - Do you know if your tree is dead or dying? If you confirmed the tree drew its last breath, then you need to begin the dead tree removal process pronto. We’ll explain why a speedy removal is necessary and why a deceased tree is a safety liability. ...
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Why Leaving Leaves Alone Is Good - Autumn is here. Many deciduous trees native to the Pacific Northwest shed their leaves during this time of year. Traditionally, homeowners want to rake up the leaves. However, this fall we suggest leaving leaves alone. This is a strategic form of tre...
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Improve Tree Health with a Nutrient Bed - Nutrient beds are a rather new concept that is gaining a lot of popularity in the landscaping community. They are a terrific and organic way of substantially improving tree health. We like to think of nutrient beds as mulching 2.0. We think you’ll ...
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Should You Be Worried About Tree Moss Dangers? - Many homeowners like the look of moss. They believe it adds a natural and “outdoorsy” look to the lawn. Moss also grows on trees. Is this harmless or a health hazard for the tree? We’ll give our professional opinion about tree moss dangers and ...
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How to Prevent Bleeding Cankers on a Tree - Trees can become ill just like people and animals. Bleeding cankers is one common in trees in the pacific northwest. Every now and then, our tree removal service spots bleeding cankers on a dead or decaying tree. In the following paragrpahs we’ll i...
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