Monday, September 10, 2012

Don't get that saw out just yet...



As summer winds down, take a look around your yard and you'll quickly notice that the summer was harsh on all the living things outside.  Burnt grass, brown tree tops, shriveled plants.  If you do see green, it's probably some weeds and crabgrass.  Grass, outdoor plants and trees took a beating this summer because of the drought and temperatures in the upper 90s and even the 100′s for weeks. 
As fall approaches many people are wondering what they need to do to save their lawns and landscaping. When it comes to lawns, wait until spring to fertilize or re-seed, but for trees and plants, fertilize now before the weather really becomes cold and winter is upon us again. Trees have just gone through one of the most stressful summers in many years and it is likely that some won’t survive the winter unless you took the time to water them over the summer months.  A good fall fertilizer will help them survive the winter. Before you bring out the chain saw, call your local tree service, like Trees "R" Us, Inc. and ask about their fall fertilizations.   Then wait until spring to see how the tree is doing. You'll be surprised, that some trees and plants too will only need a good trim come spring.  Get the advice of your local tree service quickly though, before the real cold weather strikes.

At Trees "R" Us, Inc. we take pride in not only our professional tree care services, but also educating our customers. It is through education that we really save trees and help the environment. We hope you found this post informative and educational.

Trees "R" Us, Inc. is a professional tree service for the Chicago's North Shore, North and Northwest suburbs. Tree trimming, tree removal, stump grinding, fertilizations, tree disease treatments and prevention as well as plant health care are just a few of our high quality, professional services. Contact us today for a free analysis or quote at www.treesrusinc.com or at 847-913-9069.

Thanks for reading,
Nick
nick@treesrusinc.com

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