Creating a plant health care plan with one of Westchester Tree Life’s certified arborists will alleviate any stress you have regarding the care of your plants and trees! In the past, have you had questions concerning discolored leaves, dead branches or early leaf drop? Westchester Tree Life’s arborists are here to provide you with peace of mind and a solution: plant health care management.
What is a Plant Health Care plan and how can it help me?
Professional tree care provided from a certified arborist is valuable when searching to identify a plant’s anomoly in appearance or health. While sometimes the cause of concern may be a minor problem which may easily be explained and corrected, occasionally problems are more complex. When the problem is not easily fixable, Westchester Tree Life can assist you in mapping out a treatment remedy, or plant health care management plan!
Why contact an arborist for a Plant Health Care management plan?
Westchester Tree Life’s team of professional arborists are certified in the proper safety training needed to take on difficult and potentially-dangerous tasks! Our team has the experience and training necessary to detect potential tree and shrub issues before they become life-threatening or hazardous.
You should consult with an arborist because . . .
Consulting with an arborist when mapping out your landscape can prevent a lot of stress. Plant health care management is the key to cultivating a healthy and beautiful landscape. Westchester Tree Life’s arborists know that great plant health care management includes multiple variables such as soil, tree roots, shrubs and bedding plants; all of these factors intermingle and compete for water and nutrients. This is why lawn treatments, such as fertilizers and herbicides, can impact the appearance and health of your tree!
2015 is the perfect time to start your plant health care management plan with our team of certified arborists. Remember, the difference between a team of landscapers and professional arborists is the knowledge and safety training!