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Learn Proper Tree Care and Pruning from the Certified Arborists at Vintage Tree Care   Are you passionate about trees and learning how to care for them? Join us on Saturday, March 16th, 2024 for a walk through Wiseman Park, where you’ll have the unique…

This guide explains everything you need to know about crown restoration, including how it can help storm-damaged trees.

One crucial aspect of tree care is pruning. Professional arborists use CODIT (Compartmentalization of Decay in Trees) pruning techniques to improve tree structure and stability. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of CODIT tree pruning, how it works, and why it is essential for maintaining healthy and stable trees.

Tree pruning in winter, while the trees are dormant, can be a very important tree care practice, depending on your objectives. Learn how, when, and why to prune your trees.

Certified arborists are tree health experts who have extensive education and experience in how to properly care for a large variety of trees. They specialize in a variety of services to create personalized care plans to ensure the best possible growth and development of each tree, shrub, and woody plant on your property.

Learn what CODIT is, and why proper pruning techniques are important for the trees on your property as well as the environment.

Learn more about the many benefits of dormant tree pruning during the late fall through the winter months in Sonoma County.

Ordinarily, you may think of tree pruning as commonplace maintenance intended to ensure the health and safety of your trees and property, and you’d be right. Regular pruning yields many benefits that can prolong the life of a tree by enabling strong tree structure and…

Pruning a tree can have many benefits. The first and most important is keeping the people around it safe. A dead branch can fall from a tree at any time, endangering nearby people, buildings, and power lines. Removing dangerous limbs and maintaining a safe tree…