Evergreen Arborist Consultants

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Evergreen Arborist Consultants
Evergreen Arborist Consultants offers Tree Services services in Palo Alto CA.

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The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest is certainly one of the most awe-inspiring places on earth. You should find the time to visit it in person, but these photos and videos can help tide you over until you get some free time. https://www.usatoday.com/story/virtual-reality/vrtually-there/2017/07/27/inside-ancient-forest-surrounded-4000-year-old-trees-vr/104059624/


Just because bonsai trees are small doesn’t mean they can’t still produce an impressive crop. Check out these fb.me/A5RSxnF8

Just because bonsai trees are small doesn’t mean they can’t still produce an impressive crop. Check out these fruiting bonsai trees in the video below. YouTube Code: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhp_S7DBIb0
Amazing Bonsai Fruit Trees. If you’ve ever had a piece of fruit, right after it was picked from the tree, you know that it beats store-bought fruit any day o...

A few weeks ago, firefighters rescued a tree worker who became trapped under the fronds of a palm tree. The dead fronds of palm trees represent a serious hazard, and many tree workers are injured each year when fronds fall from the canopy. Read more about the daring rescue that took place here. http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Rancho-Bernardo-Tree-Trimmer-Stuck-in-Palm-San-Diego-Fire-Rescue-436991433.html

September and October are two of the best months for planting shade trees, so check out this article from the Sacramento Bee to learn about some of the tips and tricks for picking great species. http://www.fresnobee.com/living/home-garden/article163416818.html

Some conservationists have been experimenting with a new way to reduce global carbon emissions and protect vast tracts of forested land. Apparently, the approach has generated positive results. Learn more about their efforts here. https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2017/07/paying-people-to-preserve-their-trees/534351/


The City of San Francisco has recently taken over the care and maintenance of the city’s street trees. They have.. fb.me/1cQtx9kl2


Most people can intuitively understand that trees are really heavy. But the question is, where does this weight... fb.me/vsKzhRSc


Just because a tree dies doesn’t mean it can’t still provide value. Check out the these cool sculptures created fb.me/1lmyGKQVE


Scientists recently reported that they have discovered five new tree species on the Indonesian island of... fb.me/8x2XWLvzg