Hello Woodbury! It’s (finally? almost?) Spring in Minnesota. Are your trees ready? Spring is an ideal time to put time and effort into tree service. There are many issues home owners can address themselves to help ensure their trees match the great trees around Woodbury.
1. Tree and Ground Clean Up. Begin your tree service with yard clean up! Remove any remaining winter or holiday decorations and plant and tree protective coverings. Remove any fallen tree debris and make a note of any unusually large pieces. Finally, rake around the base of trees to help prevent tree disease or fungus. See more information here for common tree diseases in Woodbury and Minnesota.
2. Check Ground Cover. Mulch is a great way to protect younger trees, but check the grass or other plantings around the base of the tree and plant or seed as needed.
3. Inspect. Give your trees a once over for signs of weakness, animal damage, rot, fungus, or insects. Have questions? Start here. When in doubt, call a professional arborist. All Seasons Tree Service has over 30 years experience in the Woodbury area. Larry and his team of certified, professional arborists can give you recommendations and treatment plans for any tree service need.
4. Trim and Prune. Remove any dead or broken limbs that you can safely remove yourself. For trimming and tree service near the tops of trees (including crown reduction and crown thinning), call an experienced tree service company. For local tree service in Woodbury, call All Seasons Tree Service. No matter what tree service company you use, ensure the company is licensed and insured, certified, and reputable. Check out our reviews from residents of Woodbury and the greater Minneapolis and St. Paul metro area. See what Minnesota folks have to say about us on Angie’s List and Google Plus.