Bartlett Tree Experts

Bartlett Tree Experts
Bartlett Tree Experts offers Tree Services services in San Francisco CA.

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Bartlett Tree Experts has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Bartlett Tree Experts has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in San Francisco, California is 36 and in the Tree Services category is 27. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Maple Trees

RT @chicagobotanic: Sign up for Midwest Tree & Shrub Conference: Landscapes for a Changing Future, Sept. 7:

Plant a tree for food

RT @TerracomChicago: It’s fun! Join us as we make public #art for the @balibrary w/ @BartlettTreeExp 8/20

Trees for summertime livin'

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Sourwood: A treat from the bees A native tree of North America, the Sourwood is one of the few trees not found on any other continents unless planted and has no related species. The name Sourwood is derived from the bitter taste of its leaves. Native Americans and the early colonists depended on it as an important source of medicine to aid with indigestion, asthma, diarrhea and mouth ulcers. Farmers found its hard wood excellent for tool handles and machinery bearings. But, the best known by product is the hard to find extremely delicious honey produced from fragrant blossoms by honey bees. It takes a bee 154 trips to make 1 teaspoon of honey. To gather 1 pound of honey, the bee would need to fly a distance equal to twice around the world and visit 2 million flowers. Wow!

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Have you seen this invasive tree-eating beetle? If you have, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources wants to know about it.
Have trees around your house? Take a few minutes to check them for an invasive beetle.

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It's amazing to see nature at work!
Check out this cicada killer wasp paralyzing a cicada! This female wasp will drag the paralyzed cicada down into her burrow in the soil for her grub-like larvae to feed on. Thanks to our research tech Sean for the video!

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Have you noticed trees missing their leaves? It could be due to the oakleaf caterpillar, which is causing issues in Chesterfield and Powhatan >>

We are excited to be working with the City of Aiken, South Carolina Government and the Aiken Land Conservancy on a tree inventory!