by Nancy Penrose
Root rot is one of the most serious types of big tree diseases. The health of a tree with root disease will deteriorate over time until the tree eventually dies. The rot, which can also affect the butts of big trees, is usually caused by fungi.
Root rot is typically found in older trees or trees with damaged roots. Trees with root rot often have dieback, leaf loss and leaf discoloration. The tree’s growth is also stunted by the rot, both in height and diameter. Continue reading
Large Trees Transported to Private Property Owner for Landscaping by Big Trees Inc.
SEATTLE, WA: Big Trees Inc., (http://bigtreesupply.com/), a tree nursery and tree transplanting company in the Seattle area, recently undertook an unusual project which involves barging in trees to a lakeside property. Due to limited access for the large trees requested for the project, a barge and crane were obtained for purposes of transporting the trees to the property. The company has now obtained all necessary equipment and the project will commence shortly. Continue reading
By Nancy Penrose
There are three types of spruce trees that are native to the Pacific Northwest, the Engelemann spruce, sitka spruce and brewer spruce. A fourth spruce, the Colorado blue spruce, is a popular ornamental tree that can also be found throughout the area. Continue reading
Big Trees Inc Installs Large Number of Cedars and Sequoias for Landscaping Project
SEATTLE, WA: Big Trees Inc., (http://bigtreesupply.com/) a tree transplanting and tree nursery company servicing the greater Seattle area, is helping companies go green. The company recently worked with a local Seattle company, making some large additions to the otherwise plain parking lot and grounds. Big Trees installed a large number of Cedar and Sequoia trees, over 40 trees, each measuring over 16’ feet tall, making for a significant addition to the local ambience. Continue reading
By Nancy Penrose
Katsura is the common name of two species of big trees that are native to China and Japan. They are both members of the Cercidiphyllum genus, and relatives of the magnolia and tulip trees. The word “katsura” means tree in Japanese. According to folklore, the Katsura represents the joining of the earth and sky.
The Katsura has a pyramid shape, and is well-suited for large-area landscapes, both as a shade and accent tree. It began appearing in Western gardens during the early part of the 19th century, but didn’t become popular as an ornamental until the 1960s. Continue reading
Vandalism Damage Reversed Thanks to Efforts of Tree Transplantation Company
SEATTLE, WA: Big Trees Inc. (http://bigtreesupply.com/), a tree installation and tree nursery company in the Seattle area, recently helped restore the landscape of a local resident after an act of vandalism left him without trees in his backyard. The tree transplant company was able to bring in new trees from the company’s tree nursery in Snohomish, WA, and the project was completed to the full satisfaction of the homeowner. Continue reading
Auto Accident Damage to Local Trees Expertly Handled by Tree Transplanting Company
SEATTLE, WA: Big Trees Inc., (http://bigtreesupply.com/) a tree transplant and tree nursery company in the Seattle area, recently helped repair damage to trees on the site of a delivery truck crash. The crash occurred on a private property and uprooted several large Leyland Cypress trees. Big Trees Inc. was able to replant and restore the damaged trees to their original condition and restore the landscaping as well. Continue reading
by Nancy Penrose
Hemlock is the common name of the Tsuga, a member of the pine family and conifer genus. When the tree’s leaves are crushed, they smell like the poison hemlock plant (the plant that killed Socrates). However, unlike the plant, the tree is not poisonous.
Hemlocks thrive where there is moisture and cool temperatures, including areas with snow. They are considered medium-size trees, and can grow to almost 200 ft. in height. The bark of the tree, which has a scaly appearance with deep furrows, ranges in color from a dark, charcoal grey to reddish brown.
The hemlock’s wood is made into pulp, and its bark is used for tanning leather. Tea can be made from the tree’s needles. Hemlocks are also used in landscaping and gardens. Continue reading
Big Trees Inc Helps Transplant Weeping Sequoia Tree From Washington State To Utah
SEATTLE, WA: Big Trees Inc., (http://bigtreesupply.com/) a tree transplant company and tree nursery in the Seattle area, recently took on a part of a long-distance tree transplant across four states, from the Puget Sound to Salt Lake City. The company was hired by a private homeowner to help in taking a large Weeping Sequoia tree from a nursery in the Southern Puget Sound Area, Washington to their property in Salt Lake City, Utah. Continue reading
By Nancy Penrose
There are many factors that can impact a tree’s health, including the environment, stress, improper maintenance and care, pests, injury and disease. In the beginning stages of a decline, it may not be obvious that the tree is in poor health. Continue reading