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3 Tree Care Tips To Keep Your Trees Healthy This Spring

Tree care tips

While trees that have already established themselves might seem like they're mostly self-sufficient, it's generally agreed that most healthy trees don't just get that way on their own. In order to thrive, ongoing tree care is needed, and spring is one of the most important times for it. To highlight the importance of spring tree care and to help you keep your trees healthy, our team of skilled Columbus lawn care experts here at NutriLawn has taken the time to put together a short list going over three simple steps we can help you take this spring to ensure your trees get a good start to the growing season.


One of the best things you can do for your trees when the growing season arrives is to make sure you get any dead or damaged branches pruned. Tree pruning is an absolutely essential aspect of tree care that helps to maintain the health, safety, and aesthetic value of a tree. Not only will this help to improve the appearance of your trees, but it will also help to prevent disease and insect infestations from occurring.


Applying a layer of mulch around the base of your trees can be a great way to conserve moisture, regulate soil temperature, suppress weed growth, and promote healthy root growth. Additionally, as the mulch starts to decompose, it will enrich the soil around your trees with nutrients to help promote further growth and better health. It's important to ensure you don't over-mulch, however, as this can lead to too much moisture in the soil and lead to root rot.


Spring is an absolutely critical time to ensure your trees are getting enough water. This is especially important if the area is suffering drought conditions or the trees are newly planted. In these cases, it's even more important to ensure your trees are being watered deeply and regularly. Again, it's important to ensure you aren't overwatering, as this can lead to root rot and a number of other issues.

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