Is Your Tree Sick or Is It Dead?

May 31st, 2016|

We all want healthy strong trees but there are many things that work to the opposite.

1. Extreme weather temperatures
2. Wind and Storms
3. Disease
4. Insects

How can I tell if my tree is healthy

1. Full Crown
2. One Central Leader
3. No Bare Branches
4. No Dead Or B...

February Gardening Tips for the South

February 9th, 2016|

In the warmest parts of the South, spring has sprung. Elsewhere, it's poised on the doorstep. It's time to garden!

Force Early Blooms In all but the warmest parts of the South, celebrate spring early by bringing branches of flowering shrubs and trees inside to force th...

How Do You Decide When to Remove a Tree?

January 12th, 2016|

When a tree develops problems, it is frequently difficult to decide when to remove the tree. Dying trees that are not in danger of falling on people or structures can be allowed to die in place without human intervention. Old dead trees also serve as places for variou...

Your December Tree Tips

December 5th, 2015|

Now is not only the time to put your christmas tree up but it is also time to prepare your outdoor trees for winter. Below are a few "to do's" for December:

For tender deciduous trees and shrubs, pack the branches with straw or bracken, and securing thi...

You’ve been bugged!

November 3rd, 2015|

Many species of insects or mites attack Georgia landscape plants. Homeowners have difficulty controlling these pests because they often are either not aware of the problem until both the infestation and the damage can be extensive. Several beetles, such as the elm lea...

Tree Fact

September 19th, 2015|

When lost, it is possible to use trees to assist you in navigation. In northern temperature climates, moss will grow on the northern side of the tree trunk, where it is shadier. Failing that, if you find a tree that has been cut down you can observe the rings of the...

The Chemis-tree behind pruning

September 15th, 2015|

Ryan Tree Service knows the chemis-tree behind making our clients happy! This is the season to Prune and there is actually a science behind pruning. Researcher Professor Prezemyslaw Prusinkiewicz of the University of Calgary in Canada along with scientist from Britain...

Here’s a Clue!

September 6th, 2015|

You don't have to be a tree specialist to be able to recognize some of the tell tell signs you might have tree issues. Look for the following:

Two main trunks
Dying branch tips
Longitudinal Cracks
Cavities or Decay

If you spot any of these signs call us to get a free ev...

Top 3 Things We Do To Hurt Our Trees

March 25th, 2015|

There are many country songs we all love that sing of bad relationships being better than no relationship. Well, in the tree world, that just won’t cut it. Well actually, it will cut it, the tree that is. Bad relationships with your tree can cause them to topple r...