Is your tree shedding its bark? It might be coming off in long strips, small flakes, or even large chunks. Sometimes shedding bark is just part of a tree's natural growth process. Other times, it's a reaction to stressful living conditions, disease, or infestation.
A canopy of beautiful, green foliage, providing that perfect shady spot of a hot summer day. Standing tall and proud in the yard of your grandfather's house. Trees can find a special place in our heart. Sometimes they are much more than just wood and leaves.
Among the diseases that can present themselves in trees, a lack of chlorophyll, or Chlorosis can rear its ugly yellow head, stripping away the stunning green color from trees.
Armillaria, a deadly tree fungus, has become a threat to many of New Jersey’s beloved trees, including New Jersey’s state tree, the majestic Northern Red Oak.
Are you noticing that there are some leaves on your tree that appear to be brown and sunburnt? This is a fairly common ailment called leaf scorch that affects most varieties…