Dayton Arbor Experts Blog
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Things change quickly when it comes to your trees - new pests and diseases hit us seemingly from nowhere, storms tear trees apart, heat and dry weather make your plants vulnerable to attack. Get our free monthly tips and seasonal updates sent straight to your inbox so you'll know what's happening and what to do.
Freezing rain, ice storms, and heavy, wet snow can strike at any time during the colder months, causing extensive damage to trees, shrubs and landscape plants. While you can’t control the Dayton weather, there are some things you can do to prevent the worst of the damage. And knowing what to do after ice or snow has covered your trees can go a long way in helping them recover.Read More >>
Large, towering trees are majestic, provide shade, and grow with your family. But sometimes you have a small or narrow area of your yard where a smaller tree would work better. Whether it’s under a window, in a corner, or as a property marker, here are some smaller trees that we recommend for your Dayton landscape.Read More >>
If the leaves on your shrubs and trees look like Swiss cheese, they’ve probably been attacked by Japanese beetles. Here’s what you can do to control them and limit the damage, as well as which plants to avoid putting in your yard.Read More >>
Summer storms in Dayton uproot trees, break branches and damage homes. Here are some simple things you can do to prevent tree damage this summer.Read More >>
The Dayton area is plagued by a number of destructive pests that attack trees. Learning to identify them is the first step in preventing an outbreak that could seriously injure, or even kill, your trees. Here are the five worst tree pests around Dayton, what to look out for, and the trees they typically attack.Read More >>
Drive around any Dayton neighborhood and you’ll likely see newly planted trees tightly tied to landscape stakes, presumably to help the tree get established without falling over. After all, planting a tree is an investment in the value of your property and you want to ensure that it lives a long and healthy life. But,…Read More >>