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Multi-stemmed trees and trees with codominant stems (when two main trunks develop on a tree) have some unique issues. Learn what to look for, why it’s dangerous, how to prevent it, and what to do if your tree has multiple or codominant stems.Read More
Are the leaves on your trees turning yellow or brown, or even dropping prematurely? Is that normal or something to be worried about? This article will help you understand what’s going on with your trees this summer!Read More
Beech Leaf Disease, a fatal tree disease, is spreading in CT. It’s most noticeable in the leaves, where it causes dark bands (among other symptoms). A lot is still unknown about this disease, but there are things you can do to help control and protect your beech trees from this dangerous disease.Read More
Connecticut is home to some of the most beautiful native trees you’d ever want to see. Think red maples in their flaming fall color, stands of golden birch, and cool, dark hemlock groves. And in addition to these native beauties, there are dozens of cultivars and adapted species that enhance our gardens and streetscapes (although…Read More
Look for these eight common symptoms that mean your tree is suffering from pests, disease, or environmental stress and learn what to do about it.Read More