Heartwood Tree Service

Heartwood Tree Service
Heartwood Tree Service offers Tree Services services in Charlotte NC.

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Time to make some preparations to band your trees!
The City of Charlotte is asking every homeowner to consider taking steps to protect trees from the cankerworm — a tiny bug that eats nonstop across Charlotte every spring.

Saluting Branches 2017 Tribute Video youtube.com/watch?v=5HTGO5…

I believe this tree wrap has been on a little to long !! #heartwoodclt https://t.co/EYFNBYnQlK

Town hugs its trees this Arbor Day blackmountainnews.com/story/news/201…

Heartwood Tree Service, LLC shared Heartwood Asheville's post.
If you are heading up to the mountains next month this would be a great way to spend a Saturday. Meet some fellow treehuggers. Learn about trees. Maybe they'll even have hot chocolate!?! The possibilities are endless when you start with trees!!
Couldn't have come up with a better title if we tried! Should be a fun event next month. Come out and meet some of your fellow treehuggers!
The importance and benefits of trees will be showcased at Black Mountain’s Arbor Day celebration Saturday, Nov. 4, from 10 am to noon at Town Square.

Ever looked up at your tree and noticed a limb or two that looked odd? Almost like they had peanut butter or something smeared on them? This is pretty common on lots of species of trees on both living and dead limbs. The growth on the bark is telling you that there is decay in that there limb! Absolutely does not mean the entire tree needs to be removed, but that limb may need to be addressed/removed. 'Limb-Peanut-Butter' also known as saprophytic decay is more commonly seen on oaks and after rains. Take a look up. Your trees are trying to talk to you!

It's almost that time of year again. We've got info on our site about how to put up bands yourself and a signup sheet if you'd like Heartwood to take care of it this Fall/Winter.
Bands for canker worms should be in place by mid-November to catch female moths before they lay eggs in the crowns of trees.

@ndyGrosso Vote is for nest? How'd we do? Any wasps?

@RachelRollar @larrywcnc @wcnc Good time of year to learn why they 'change' colors too! https://t.co/mppgh8WWTm