Welcome to our monthly newsletter about Tree Care and helpful gardening advice. This month we have two new Blog posts to share with you. First up is about myths busted for tree trimming and tree pruning, read what you need to know! July Newsletter Tree Care Tips to help you look after your trees. Next is about common tree disease treatment and what expert advice you should get, click here. If you have any comments or questions, please reply to this email. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Tree Care Auckland provides expert tree services in Tree Care Maintenance, Tree Removal Services and Tree Survey Reports. Follow Tree Care Auckland on Facebook and do take 2 minutes to post your Google review here, to show your support. Have a great day from Rossy and the Tree Care … [Read more...]
Tree Protection Grants are available within the Ōrākei Local Board!
Grants are currently available to support Tree protection within the Ōrākei Local Board. Orakei property owners can apply for 50% of the total cost of tree work and up to $2,000 per property. Learn about eligibility requirements and how to apply in our Blog Article.
Tree Trimming Auckland Experts. There is some variance in opinion as to best way to manage tree pruning and tree trimming. Trees are typically trimmed for one of three reasons: aesthetics, safety, or health. Tree owners often ask us about how to manage their tree maintenance. So we decided to write our latest Blog post about Tree Trimming in Auckland. We are Auckland tree care service providers and expert arborists in tree maintenance. We thought it would be useful to share some of our experience and insights with you. This month we address the myths around tree trimming and tree pruning. We are going to debunk some of the common misconceptions about tree trimming and tree pruning. However, before we do that let us start with why pruning is considered essential for trees. • … [Read more...]
In this month's Blog post we discuss the importance of Tree Diseases Treatment. Just like humans, trees can sometimes have problems with their health. In the same way that our health complaints can vary from the mild to the severe, the same is true with trees. Tree diseases also vary in how commonly they occur. This Blog post will discuss some of the more common ailments your trees might have and tree diseases treatment. For how to recognize them, and what to do about them. It is first important to understand why trees get sick. The cause is not always obvious and in some cases is hard to pinpoint. Quite often, however, trees show signs of dysfunction due to causes in their local environment. This could be due to such things as changes in available water, root damage or … [Read more...]
In this month's Blog post we discuss the importance of Tree Asset Management Advice. Spending time, effort and money on your house and property can prevent deterioration. Managed in the right way, your trees can enhance the rest of your property, becoming a valuable asset in a variety of ways. This Blog post will discuss the value that your tees can offer and how to maximise that value for many years to come. This will enhance your house and property appeal, and increase its value over time. The same is true for your trees. Trees can often just blend into the background and be forgotten about. That is until they present with a problem such as excess shading or a limb failure, suddenly becoming very hard to ignore. First, I will discuss the types of value that trees have. There … [Read more...]
Welcome to our monthly newsletter about Tree Care and helpful gardening advice. Wow! We have been back at work for five weeks. The lockdown period definitely felt longer for us and I am sure you felt the same! June Newsletter Winter Tree Care Tips to help you look after your trees. I need to say a big "THANK YOU" to all our loyal clients who have supported us by booking in work straight after the lockdown. Your business means a lot to myself as the owner of the business and to our staff who are really enjoying being back out ‘on the tools.’ It was amazing to experience the amount of goodwill and generosity in this time of uncertainty. With your help, we have been able to keep all our staff employed and have been able to support our suppliers as you have supported us. If you … [Read more...]
Pro Climb Qualified Arborists trading as Tree Care Auckland is a company of skilled arborists providing tree care, tree climbing and horticultural abseiling services. Pro Climb Tree Care Auckland: Our Company Pro Climb was founded as a contract climbing and professional development venture in 2009. After a fun few years climbing trees and teaching Rossy realised he was getting older and needed to start creating a real business. In January 2016 he added the Tree Care Auckland brand to the portfolio addressing the needs of the small commercial and residential tree owner. We are a Team of Qualified Arborists and Tree Climbers Since then we have grown to a company with 10 employees. We work for city councils, schools, kinder gardens, private landowners, trusts, commercial … [Read more...]
Here are our top 15 winter garden tips you can do this month. Ideal to help set up your garden for the remainder of the year and the next season. We wanted to share some tips and tricks with you that you can get busy doing in your garden to support the heath of your trees, plants, flowers, and vegetables. As winter approaches, there are some things you can do in your garden to prepare for spring and to help your garden thrive during the colder months. 1. Vegetable beds winter garden tips Vegetable beds will benefit from a generous application of compost at this time of year. 2. Refresh vegetable garden by taking out aged crops Such as corn and tomatoes so you can prepare planting ready for winter. Winter options could include; chicory, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, … [Read more...]
Unwanted erosion can be a big problem. There are various ways to control and prevent erosion. This blog will discuss using plants as part of the solution and resources you can use to find out which plants are suitable for your situation. Left unchecked you could end up with your house in your garden, your garden in your house, or both at the bottom of a hill! Planting Options for Erosion Prevention In order to know what to plant to prevent slope or bank erosion, you need to first assess your site. Depending on your project this may require the involvement of suitable engineers or consultants. For smaller, less critical situations you may be able to do this yourself. The type of ground, gradient, aspect and exposure will all have to be considered as part … [Read more...]
As we move into winter, activity in the garden begins to slow. This Blog will detail some of the measures you can take to ensure good winter tree care in your garden during the colder months of June - August. Winter in the garden means that trees are shedding their leaves and drawing their energy back into their roots to be stored until it is needed in the spring. Although trees are in a state of dormancy at this time, there are still tasks that you can perform to give them a helping hand. Winter in the garden Where can you start in your winter garden? The first step towards good winter tree care is to check that your trees are well mulched. We have several blogs discussing the benefits of mulching trees, the main benefits being; weed suppression, moisture control, … [Read more...]
Welcome to our Tree Care Tips April newsletter all about helpful gardening advice. This month we have three Blog posts to share with you. Tree Care Tips April Blog posts to help you look after your trees. First up is all about; "How will I know when tree care is required?" click here. Next is about a common question; "Is there a list of protected trees in Auckland? click here. Finally, we have an important update from Pro Climb, read about how we are working under COVID 19 Level 3, which begins today. Overall, this is positive news as our teams can go back to work. If you have any comments or questions, please get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you soon. Tree Care Auckland provides expert tree services in Tree Care Maintenance, Tree Removal Services and Tree … [Read more...]
Many of you who are reading this message have likely been busy preparing your business or workplaces for working under the restrictions of the COVID 19 Alert Level 3. Or for those of you who are considering what Level 3 means more broadly for your family, you will have some thoughts and ideas about how you want to engage with your contractor that you are allowing on to your property. As so often in life, it comes down to TRUST. It works both ways and involves mutual respect. You want to know that your contractor is keeping you safe and your contractor wants to know that you are also going to follow our rules so that we can feel safe on the job. In this blog I want to discuss what we have put in place to keep our staff and our client's safe from the spread of COVID 19 under alert … [Read more...]
When your car starts making a funny noise or it has been 10,000 kms since your last service you know it’s time to see the mechanic. If your computer is slow or won’t start you know it’s time to go to the technician. But what about your trees? How do you know when they need help? What do I need to look for as a tree owner to know that tree care is required? This blog is for anyone wanting to know how to decide if it’s time to call an Arborist. To the untrained eye trees can seem static, silent and unchanging. In reality, this could not be further from the truth. Trees are in a constant change of flux and as a result give away clues as to their well being. These clues can sometimes be subtle, such as slight changes in foliage colour or ripples in the bark. Beautiful … [Read more...]