Wil Bosbyshell is a local artist we recently partnered with and we loved this connection because he is also passionate about spreading awareness of the importance of trees! His work engages his audience to take a more personal look at trees. His studio right now is located at the McColl [...]
My studies in ecology have been influential in my work as an arborist. Ecology is the study of the interconnectedness of all things on this planet - humans included. We don’t live in a bubble and all of us have little (or big) ecosystems right outside our door, which formed [...]
Tree Risk Assessment can tell your Arborist alot about the health of your trees, as at early stages of decline, the tree may not be showing exterior issues, as you can see in these photos. Decay from a variety of issues can begin deep within the heartwood of the tree, [...]
What are newly planted trees and plants without water? Standing firewood. Not a particularly catchy opening but hear me out! Water availability is a newly transplanted tree's greatest need, particularly in its first summer after planting. The same holds true for woody landscape plants as well. Moving a tree [...]
Warm weather comes with its pros and cons such as beautiful weather and sweat. Another pro and con would be the blooming of the canopy with the emergence of insects and pests! As a company that focuses on the health of trees we can’t forget to inform you about the [...]
Patrick George, Heartwood Tree Owner and Founder, has an important message for you! You can view his video update HERE The City of Charlotte Unified Development Ordinance has opened their proposed changes for city tree preservation for community review and ,most importantly, YOUR comments. Follow this link: https://publicinput.com/CharlotteUDO to [...]
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