The Emerald Ash Borer is Heading to Seattle

A green emerald ash borer on a leaf with its wing casings partially spread, displaying its red abdomen.

The emerald ash borer is an invasive ash tree pest heading toward Seattle. As it devastates ash trees across the country, people ask the same questions. When will EAB arrive in Seattle, what can we do to stop it, and how can we protect our ash trees before it arrives?

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Landscape Fertilization: A Homeowner’s Guide


Trees and shrubs need fertilizer, but at the right time, say Washington-based tree care experts. How to use Fertilizer for Healthy Trees and Shrubs There is a lot of information out there about the best way for a person to keep their yard in the best possible shape. Unfortunately, sometimes sources of this information conflict…

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Dormant vs Dead Trees: How to Tell the Difference

difference between tree dormant and dead trees

Seattle, WA arborists have the answers for proper tree health care.  Dormancy and Death: How To Spot The Differences Homeowners often call arborists because they think their trees are dead. In reality, they can be dormant, which is why it’s always best to call an expert to assess the situation. There are a few things…

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How to Use Mulch to Keep Seattle Trees Healthy

Arborists in Washington share all the insider details about proper mulching. The Whats and Whys of Mulch When you see a well-landscaped area, it may well seem like an incredible feat of engineering, or just plain magic. Beautifully placed flowers and trees and impossibly neat beds may seem impossible for anyone less than a professional…

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