Since the pandemic began, people have been connecting with nature in many ways. From going for a walk in the neighborhood to installing a new bird feeder, it simply feels good to be outside and closer to nature.
We also see an increased number of gardens being installed for specific purposes. Pollinator gardens support and maintain pollinators by supplying food in the form of pollen and nectar. Water gardens intentionally capture water runoff and support plants that thrive in wet growing conditions. Native landscapes celebrate the trees and shrubs that originally grew in our community and support our diverse ecosystems. Clearly there are many types of gardens; it is our pleasure to carefully listen to your goals and objectives and provide the tree care consulting and tree preservation programs that suit your needs.
In this newsletter, we are excited to introduce Woody’s Recycling, our green waste recycling center. At this facility we produce premium organic mulch and firewood from the logs and wood chips we generate from our normal tree care work. This environmentally sustainable practice generates a mulch product that will help trees and plants thrive. A true win-win proposition.
Our plant health care practice has risen to the challenge of managing several new insect and disease issues simultaneously. We are committed to delivering the latest generation of tree and shrub treatment solutions. These treatments are thoughtfully recommended to target specific insect or disease issues while being mindful of the important ecosystem we must preserve.
We greatly appreciate the confidence you have placed in our company to care for your trees and shrubs. We look forward to walking your property with you to look at each tree and plant and helping you plan for their care.