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The Best and Worst Trees to Plant by Your House

When it comes to planting trees around your home, you want selections that won’t undermine the foundation or scrape the shingles on your roof. Here’s a look at the five best and worst trees to plant around your home.

Best Trees

Crabapple (Malus...

The Top 6 Most Common Tree Issues & How to Solve Them

The Top 6 Most Common Tree Issues & How to Solve Them

As you probably know, there are many, many different pests and diseases that can plague your trees. We are going to be looking at six of the most common tree issues and how you can...

Why is Spring a Good Time to Plant Trees.

A knowledgeable tree specialist knows Spring is the smartest time to plant trees, because planting a tree in the Spring allows it to become established sooner, grow more, and thrive when the warm weather comes.

Signs Your Tree is Sick!

There are many reasons for a tree to become sick, including too much sunlight, not enough sunlight, lack of nutrients, soil compaction, injuries from pruning and weather conditions.

Meet Our New Partners: Five Fun Facts about Friends of the Urban Forest

Our team members at Arborist Now have always been passionate about seeing thriving trees in the streets of San Francisco. We’re convinced that bringing tree life into the city also improves human lives! And we believe that maintaining these trees is an important way of serving our city. By taking care of our trees, we take care of each other!

Can Brown Arborvitae Be Saved?

An important step in preventing your arborvitae from turning brown is to understand why it happens. There are times in the life of the tree and in times of the year that make it more susceptible to browning. During the first few months after the tree is transplanted is one of those times.

Winter Damage to Landscape Plants

Many landscape plants incur winter damage. Dead branches and twigs found in the spring are often the result of ice and snow damage during the winter. Often the rapid drop in temperature during a mid-winter thaw causes bark splitting and frost or freeze results in plant injury.

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