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Carpenter Costin
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The Design and Care of Fine Landscapes | Since 1946
The Design and Care of Fine Landscapes | Since 1946

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In classic New England fashion, we've been experiencing a roller coaster ride of temperatures - from pleasant daytime temps that hardly require a jacket, to brisk morning air that coats your windshield with frost. If we continue to see above freezing temperatures on a regular basis you may actually need to water your trees and shrubs!

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Can't understand why your three-visit pest control program isn't working?? We recommend a minimum of five-visits to ensure the control and prevention of pests on your trees and shrubs.

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Winter is a great time for landscape planning. If you're looking to add any landscape features next spring, start planning with a Landscape Architect this winter.

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Following these few simple winter shrub care tips will help protect your shrubs this winter, and prevent many landscape-associated headaches come spring.

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Protecting your evergreen shrubs this winter with an anti-desiccant treatment will prevent winter burning and drying, and ensure that they look great come spring!

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Word of Winter Moths flying around has reached Carpenter Costin HQ. This means that the male Winter Worms are beginning to hatch. Taking note of the abundance of Moths now can forecast tree damage come spring.

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Although winter doesn't technically start until December 21st, the Carpenter Costin winter starts 20 days earlier on December 1st as we begin our winter tree care discount! Discover the benefits of winter tree service and take advantage of the best deal around this holiday season. http://bit.ly/WinterTreeCare
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Homeowner: "How come the vast trees in our forests grow without anyone caring for them? Why do I need to care for my trees?"

Arborist: "Well, forest trees and urban trees are very different..." 

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Did you have a tree split during Hurricane Sandy? It may have been due to a narrow joint union that caused structural weakness. Learn how to identify "included bark," an indicator of structural weakness in tree branch junctions.

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For the folks out there dealing with tree damage from Hurricane Sandy - here is an article that may help you through the process. 
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