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A Poem for Your Day

A Poem for Your Day | Image Tree Service

This is a wonderful poem about trees. At Image Tree Service, we know that trees aren’t just things that stand in your yard and look nice. They are an integral part of our planet and should be cherished and respected, like any other living thing. 

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11/26/2018

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Where Do We Get Our Trees?

Where Do We Get Our Trees? | Image Tree Service

By working with some of the finest tree nurseries in northern California, we’re able to obtain healthy trees for all of our clients. These companies offer us wholesale pricing and prompt delivery and that’s why the majority of the trees we’ve planted are still standing and living good, happy lives.

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11/19/2018

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Tree Planting Season is coming soon!

Tree Planting Season is coming soon! | Image Tree Service

In Northern California, winter is an excellent time to plant trees and that’s why we plant so many of them at Image Tree Service, Inc. in Windsor. The rain moistens the soil, making digging easier, and then waters the tree after planting—it is nature’s way of telling us—hey, plant during winter! 

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11/12/2018

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Fruit Tree Pruning Techniques Explained

Fruit Tree Pruning Techniques Explained | Image Tree Service

Fruit tree pruning techniques are used to control growth, remove dead or diseased wood and stimulate the formation of flowers and fruit buds. This involves cutting branches back and removing smaller limbs entirely, in some cases. It may also mean removal of young shoots, buds, leaves, etc. Careful attention to pruning and training young trees affects their later productivity and longevity. Good pruning and training can also prevent later injury from weak crotches (where a tree trunk splits into two or more branches) that break from the weight of fruit, snow, or ice on the branches.

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11/05/2018

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