An arborist is trained in the science and art of caring for and maintaining plants and trees. Certification involves an official assessment of an arborist’s knowledge and competence to provide proper tree care. The certified arborists at CT GREEN LLC are also required to maintain certification by remaining up to date on the latest techniques in arboriculture.
Oak, elm and most deciduous hardwood trees require annual fertilization. Depending on age and condition, different species have different needs. A thick ground cover of fallen leaves provides a good supply of nutrients to a tree for several months. Trees in urban areas can derive nutrition from planted shrubs or grass. Consult CT GREEN LLC staff for more details.
Tar spot is a common cosmetic condition that is unsightly, but does not harm a tree and is usually cyclical. For a professional opinion regarding the health of your trees in Fairfield County contact us at (203) 354-4644.
Most trees can be pruned year round in accordance with flowering and fruit production cycles. Certain trees require canopy reduction following a flowering period and not before.
Winter is usually the best time for tree removal since a tree has shed its leaves and most adjacent greenery is also dormant making removal easier and more efficient.
CT GREEN LLC can cut your tree into firewood or remove it from your property as desired.
Yes, we provide the Fairfield County area and surrounding regions with seasonal tree care packages that include a complete line of tree care services.
If your question wasn’t answered here call the tree experts in Fairfield County at (203) 354-4644.