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How the bottom half of your tree is affecting the top

I spend most days talking to people about tree issues. Easy ones are when I can point to a big, hairy bug or mushroom and say “there ya go – that’s the reason your tree is declining”. Unfortunately this is

Posted in Bartlett Tree Experts, Fertilization, Tree Advice, Tree Preservation, Urban Tree Care Tagged with: compacted, fertilization, health, Landscape, soil, tree care

Trees as Legacy in Design & Development

Recently Bartlett Tree Experts hosted Trees as a Legacy in Design & Development, in partnership with the Chicago Botanic Garden. The full-day event drew 120 landscape architects, architects, property managers, planners, municipal arborists and more. The interdisciplinary all-star speaker lineup

Posted in Events, Tree Research, Urban Tree Care Tagged with: architects, Chicago, Landscape, symposium, tree care

The Benefits of Going Green

I was amazed yesterday when I stopped at a client’s house. We had finished planting evergreen trees and large deciduous trees the day before. There were birds everywhere. Their property went from a dull, quiet one to one filled with

Posted in Environmental Issues Tagged with: Birds, Going Green, Landscape, Landscaping, tree

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