No-Contract Tree Care Treatments
Trees and shrubs help add character to your yard, as well as shade and privacy, but sometimes these ornamentals are subject to diseases, insects, and poor fertilization. Our team is dedicated to solving problems before they happen to help you protect your valuable trees and shrubs and keep them healthy and disease-resistant year-round.
Our tree and shrub care services include:
We Prioritize Your Satisfaction
As a locally owned company, we strive to treat all of our customers as members of our own family and would never suggest a treatment we would not use in our own yard. We also stand behind our work and offer a satisfaction guarantee. If you’re not happy with your services, we will work with you to reassess our treatment plan and work with you to find a solution to achieve the results you want.
In order to thrive, your trees and shrubs primarily need water and nutrients. After all, a healthy tree is more resistant to disease and pest infestation. However, even the most vigilant gardener can miss early signs of disease, fungus, and insect infestations. Our team of local experts offers a premium service program to routinely inspect your trees and shrubs for damage and apply the appropriate treatments to keep them healthy year-long, including:
Trees and shrubs thrive when they have healthy soil, but invasive species can suck the nutrients out of the soil, depriving it of necessary nutrients.
- Our deep-root fertilization treatments begin with an analysis of current soil conditions.
- Your technician will then custom-blend a fertilizer with the specific nutrients your soil needs. This fertilizer is then applied with our specialized equipment designed to apply the fertilizer directly to the roots so your trees and shrubs get the care it needs quickly and efficiently.
- After the fertilizer application, our technician will ensure the soil around your tree is de-compacted to provide the roots with easier access to water and oxygen.
Insects can burrow into the trunk of your tree or infiltrate the root system of your beloved ornamental and begin to cause damage from the inside out. This often happens silently and undetected, and by the time you begin to notice the damage, it is too late. One of the most common and invasive species is the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle.
Our specially trained technicians carefully inspect your trees and shrubs for signs of these unwanted pests and provide effective treatments that reduce pests while also protecting the surrounding ecosystem. Our technicians are also trained to differentiate between beneficial insects that help to create healthy growing conditions and harmful pests.
As the weather begins to turn cold and the leaves fall, your trees begin to hibernate for the winter. Unfortunately, wood-destroying insects are also looking for a place to ride out the winter. Our dormant oil coats the bark of the trees and shrubs and provides a barrier to prevent these pests from burrowing into your ornamentals and causing damage and disease.
During the winter, homeowners also utilize road salt on roadways, driveways, and sidewalks. Learn how you can protect your trees from damage caused by road salt.
Before your tree or shrub hibernates for the winter, it tries to store up nutrients to ride out the cold season. We help the trees prepare by applying a slow-release fertilizer that releases nutrients through the winter, providing continuous nutrition and promoting cold-weather strength. These nutrients help boost immune responses to disease and infestation and allow the plant to enter spring healthier than the year before. Once your trees start losing their foliage, learn what you can do with the leaves in your yard.
When you attempt to transport a plant from one place to another, it can lose nutrients in the process or it could already be suffering from nutrient deficiency due to inhospitable growing conditions. Our new planting health boost helps the plant adjust to its new environment by encouraging growth through the application of nutrient-dense fertilizer and stimulating roots through soil-drenching applications. Learn more about the best types of trees to plant in a Tennessee yard.
Expert Care for Your Landscape
With over 20 years of experience treating trees and shrubs, we have the tools, knowledge, and expertise to quickly and efficiently restore the look and health of your yard. Additionally, all of our technicians undergo extensive training with a service provider who has been providing tree and shrub care with Evergreen for at least five years. That means no matter who shows up at your home, you can trust that they will provide you with the utmost care.