NEWS & BLOGS
The fall season isn’t too far away, but it seems warmer temperatures may be! Protect evergreens, shrubs, and trees from warm weather insects. The ArborWISE by Carolina Tree Care program tailors each foliar treatment to specifically meet the needs of your plants. Our late summer foliar treatment treats directly through the leaves.
Goodbye summer, hello fall! It's time to start prepping your Carolina landscape for this year's autumn season. Below you'll find 8 tips on how to prep your trees and plants before cooler temperatures arrive!
We live and breathe our tagline: Your trees. Your property. Our passion. We truly care about your trees. We understand the value that your trees provide to you and your property emotionally, aesthetically and monetarily. We recognize that trees are of the utmost importance to the canopy and the history of our communities. And we love what we do. We care that you have a great tree care experience. That's why we've made your tree care process hassle free, easy and simple. Check out our 7-step tree care process, below!
Along with water and sunlight, nutrient rich fertilizer is critical in maintaining overall health and strength of trees. Routinely fertilizing trees in fall adds additional nourishment back into the soil after a long summer. The fall season is also a great time to ensure trees have all nutrients needed in preparation for the colder months ahead. Our favorite fall plant health care application to recommend and perform is Deep Root Fertilization. Check out our top 4 reasons why below!
At the end of July, Carolina Tree Care had the privilege of caring for city trees in Randleman, NC. The city is best known as the home of Richard Petty, aka, "The King of Nascar." Charles Floyd, a Randleman native, is Senior Certified Arborist at Carolina Tree Care. Mr. Floyd worked with the City of Randleman to coordinate job specifics, manage the overall project, and ensure all job-safety protocol was followed from start to finish. “We are proud of the Randleman community and the historic trees the city has to offer," said Charles Floyd. Dylan Richardson, a Randleman native, and Sammy Fantauzzo, trimmed and pruned trees away from lights and walkways, increasing visibility throughout Randleman Commerce Square Park. After completing tree work in the park, the two-man crew spent their afternoon pruning and dead wooding the Maple tree located off South Main Street right behind the famous, Richard Petty Monument. Thank you, City of Randleman, for letting us care for your trees!
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.