Recently we’ve noticed Bradford Pear trees around Concord and Charlotte looking less than healthy. If you’ve noticed ends of Bradford limbs dying off and/ or if the flowers on your Bradford Pear have turned black, your tree could be suffering from Fire Blight.
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Carolina Tree Care & Lewis Tree Service office staff, had the privilege of giving back to an organization that continues to make an impact on our community. Through volunteering we were able to care for Cooperative Christian Ministries Crisis Center's flower beds and potted plants.
Raleigh, NC is widely known for being the Capital of North Carolina. However, here at Carolina Tree Care, we find it equally impressive that Raleigh is also known as the City of Oaks.
The state of North Carolina is covered in beautiful trees. If you've ever wondered what trees are most common throughout the Piedmont, Triad, and Coastal yards of NC, we have the list for you!
Summer temperatures are soaring high across the Carolinas. Due to high temperatures, it’s the perfect time to make sure your mulch is properly placed! Just as sunblock protects and preserves our skin, mulch works very much the same for trees and plants. Protect and preserve trees on your property with our top 4 mulching tricks.
Azaleas are in full bloom and a real treat in our Southern landscapes. These vibrant shrubs soften the edges of our urban environment and provide incredible color during the spring. These are hardy plants but do have a few insect threats. A primary threat to these beautiful blooms is the Lace bug.
Your Trees. Your Property. Our Passion.
Our passion for trees and plants is the reason behind starting ArborWISE, a Certified Plant Health Care Program.
A pole saw can come in handy for easy to reach limbs that need a quick trim, but knowing where to draw the line on DIY tree work can be a bit more complicated. We want you and your trees healthy and happy that's why we created a Do’s and Don'ts list when it comes to do-it-yourself tree work!
Carolina Tree Care is proud to announce partnering with JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University! Currently with over 6,220 taxa in the Arboretum’s living collection, this community partnership not only helps grow and expands the Arboretum located in Raleigh, Durham but is a valued resource for professionals in the green industry. The JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University offers horticultural lectures, classes and courses, workshops, and tours throughout the location.
If your maples are looking a little less than spectacular, it is likely caused by an insect called Gloomy Scale. Gloomy Scale is an armored “scale insect” that attaches itself to the bark and sucks out nutrients, water, and sugars from the tree. In heavy infestations the tree will suffer from a lack of nutrition. This causes discolored leaves, cracking of the bark, weak and improper growth patterns and branch dieback. In many cases the tree can die if not treated.