Plant Health Care (PHC)
Our goal is to protect the trees that we have and promote overall health and proper structure so that we can maximize their full potential. The benefits that properly maintained trees and shrubs provide our community are invaluable.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Trees and shrubs are susceptible to many insects and diseases that can be a serious threat to the health of your plants. It’s important to recognize, identify, and treat as quickly and as accurately as possible.
Tree & Shrub Fertilization
Plants need food just like we do, and our urban soils do not always provide adequate nutrients to sustain trees and shrubs for a lifetime. We can develop a custom program that fits the specific needs of your landscape.
Tree Inspection and Hazard Risk Assessment
As trees age and mature they can present risks that may go unnoticed until it’s too late. We can perform a tree risk inspection to determine the amount of risk present. After a proper inspection we can provide you with the necessary information to make an educated decision about your tree or shrub’s health.
Tree pruning and removal
Tree pruning and removal: Pruning of landscape trees and shrubs are periodically required to maintain plant health, safety, and proper structure.
Is one of the most destructive tree diseases in the USA. Millions of Oak trees in Texas have been damaged or have been killed by the disease. We can inspect and deploy preventative measures and treatments where needed.
Tree Cabling and Bracing
After a thorough canopy inspection we may determine that a supplemental support system is an appropriate option to reduce the risk of branch or stem failure.
Root & Soil invigoration
Soil management, if not the most, one of the most important management tools for trees and shrubs. Urban soils are often lacking in essential nutrients and often are compacted from construction or foot traffic. After careful analysis of a soil sample, we can determine the amendments needed to improve the health of your trees and shrubs. We can also determine if soil decompaction, root pruning, or other measures need to be taken to improve overall health.