• August 10, 2014 /  Landscaping

    Mature trees need care and attention too just like immature trees. When mature trees are left to grow on their own, these could be vulnerable to different issues that concern growing trees. And there are also instances when growing trees could become property hazards as these take root and grow near houses, garages, patios and driveways.
    The best way to care for your trees is to check for its health and condition periodically. Specialist say that the best way to check it so assess the tree’s leaf size, the appearance of its leaves, the number of new leaves, the growth of new twigs and the overall appearance of the tree. When your mature tree seasonally develops new leaves, have hardy branches and growing twigs and the top part of the tree looks healthy then there is no need to worry.
    Aside from inspecting your mature tree to learn about its health, trees also need pruning. This is to ensure better growth of the tree and to prevent its branches from being an obstruction or a nuisance in your backyard. If you have the equipment and the tools like trimming equipment, ladders and power tools and if you have the time to do so then why not make this as a weekend project. But if you do not have the time and the equipment to care for your mature trees then the best solution would be to call a specialist.
    Englert Landscaping Services is number one in providing the right care for mature trees. From tree inspection, pruning, mulching to planting new trees, you can count on Englert to do quality and professional work. The team will also be able to assess for future problems when a tree is located near your home or as your trees reach maturity. Contact Englert today and find out what expert and professional landscaping really means.