Tree Care Extraordinaire

Sensible & Practical Tree Care

We have a skilled, ISA Certified Arborist on staff who will correctly prune your trees and shrubs for healthy growth and vitality. If needed, we can develope a Personalized Plant Health Care (PPHC) program to help with the management of your trees in the planned and native landscape.
Our way: Gentle plant care with species specific pruning and maintenance.

We provide professional tree care services to:
~ Promote tree health - control Insect infestation, remove dead branches or repair storm damage.
~ Maintain Trees and Plants - Pruning helps maintain tree structure, hedge density and fruit or flower development.
~ Maintain appearance - Tree/Plant size and shape.
~ Protect Property - Remove low hanging or interfering branches.
~ Tree Planting
~ Scheduled Maintenance
~ Hazard Tree Removals
~ Crane Removals
~ Structural Pruning
~ Aesthetic Pruning
~ Pruning for View Enhancement
~ Chipping
~ Lot Clearing
~ Permit Assistance

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Pruning ~ Removal ~ Planting



We utilize the most current tree pruning methods to promote sound tree structure, help trees resist failure, provide clearance, and improve aesthetics, while promoting long life.
Poor tree architecture can be costly, leading to failure and early tree removal.
When improperly performed, pruning can harm the tree's health, stability, and appearance and make matters worse. Our Staff Arborist has years of experience with the trees of Tahoe enabling us to offer you the pruning that best suits the needs of your trees.



When Should A Tree Be Removed?
• Evidence of root or stem decay.
• Splits, cracks, hollows.
• Included bark or weak crotches.
• Excessive deadwood.
• Exhibiting signs of decline.
• Encroachment on homes or structures.
• Damage from storms causing hazardous conditions.
• Devastating lightning strike.
• Undesirable species, characteristics, location. 



Well executed planting projects start with appropriate design, site evaluation and tree selection. Site conditions and after care capabilities should dictate maximum tree size at planting, root ball characteristics, and suitable tree production method. Tree selection includes choosing appropriate species for the planting site based on site evaluation. The nursery stock must be inspected carefully to pick the best quality tree. Many trees are planted too deeply so they perform poorly following planting. Management of the landscape site in the early years following planting will also dramatically affect establishment rate and success of the planting.