With the holidays speedily approaching, we wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for a fantastic 2019 and the part you played.
We are looking forward to the holidays and spending time with family, friends and to 2020!
Please note our team will have a well earned break.
Our office will be closed from 4 pm on Friday 20th December, and re-open on Monday 6th January 2020.
All the best!
From Rossy and the Tree Care Auckland team.
🎄 Our way of saying thanks 🎁
Over the summer be sure to read our “How to guides” for keeping you busy in the garden!
These tree care guides are aimed for tree owners who are keen to get their hands dirty. Get stuck in on some of their own tree maintenance. Carrying out minor upkeep on your own trees can be very rewarding. Will also give you an opportunity to notice the health and condition of your trees. So you can give them a helping hand where needed.
How can trees help bees and why to use the BeeMushroomed Feeder.
Read how can trees help bees. Life as a bee is becoming increasingly difficult. Since the initial detection of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) in 2006, honey bee keepers have been losing roughly 30% of their hives annually. How can trees help bees, read more…
How to check your trees following a storm and what you should do.
Read about how to check trees after storm. Trees are incredibly strong, yet flexible structures. Not only do trees support the weight of their own structure, they are also able to stand up the worst that the environment can throw at them. How to check your trees, read more…
How to plant a tree guide
Planting a tree and watching it grow is a very satisfying experience. It’s also a great activity to involve children in. Do it right and you will need minimum intervention with maximum enjoyment. How to plant a tree guide read more »
How to mulch a tree guide
How to mulch a tree guide. Caring for your own trees is fun and can be very rewarding. Often it is the simplest actions that can have the greatest effect. Mulching around the base of your trees has many benefits for their health and is simple to do. How to mulch a tree guide read more »
How to prune a tree guide
Trees may require pruning for several reasons including for appearance, safety, light issues, fruit production, suitability for the situation they are growing in, to restore views, or to keep them away from services or buildings. Some trees are lucky enough with the situation that they are growing in that they need no pruning at all. Deciding why you want to prune your tree really helps to inform the what, when and how of pruning. How to prune a tree guide read more »
Happy Holidays from Rossy and the Team.