Tree Fertilization Program
A tree may look healthy but have unhealthy roots or an illness that only a professional can recognize
In a forest, trees have access to abundant nutrients. Our yards are often lacking the nutrition a tree requires to grow and remain healthy. Trees, like all living plants, have many nutritional requirements for sustained growth and reproduction. When one or more of these nutrients are deficient in the soil, the tree will not reach its’ full landscape potential, will be more susceptible to disease and insect problems, and will have a shorter life than a similar, well-fertilized tree. Greenup offers professional tree fertilization services to take the guesswork out of knowing when, what, and how to fertilize your trees. Fertilizing annually replenishes nutrients, supports growth, and contributes to the overall health of a tree.
Greenup wants to help your trees grow larger, live longer, and look better!
Signs Of Unhealthy Trees
These are some signs that a tree may need professional help to reach its full potential:
Leaves falling before Autumn (premature defoliation).
Bark peeling from the tree or large cracks in bark.
Dead branches or dieback of branch tips.