Summer appears to finally be here, and with it is the peak of the growing season in Wisconsin.
At First Choice Tree Care, our Certified Arborists are the roots of our business.To see how First Choice trains an arborist, we'd like to introduce you to two of our finest: Travis Hansen and Ethan Lockhart.?
Because of the cold and rainy spring, leaf and needle diseases are on the rise, and are expected to be seen more frequently this year.
Three tips to get the most out of your watering this summer.
Storm damage from fallen limbs or trees can leave residents and their homes devastated and unsure how to proceed. In these situations, it’s important to bring in professionals.
Hopefully spring is here to stay! Spring is my favorite season for many reasons, but I suspect the primary reason is the promise that comes with warming temperatures and increased day length.
Many homeowners like a perfectly pruned shrub. Understanding the natural habit or shape of shrubs can help homeowners determine how to prune them. We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions about how to properly prune shrubs and tips to help you as you get out your tools this spring!
When monitoring for tree damage this spring, inspect your trees and shrubs for early signs of insects.
With such a mild winter coming to a close, spring has arrived a lot faster than expected.
Emerald Ash Borer found in Portage County - Portage, Wood and Adams counties quarantined.
First Choice Tree Care partners with WCTGA to donate a tree to UWM for Arbor Day
Landscape maintenance services in milwaukee! Our landscape services division, First Choice Land Care, LLC, provides all the services necessary to make your property look beautiful all year round. From landscape maintenance and planting to lawn care and design, our experts will create a customized plan to create the space of your (more)
Check out Ken Ottman discussing the discovery of EAB in Stevens Point here!
First Choice Tree Care's Ken Ottman was featured on WSAW TV discussing the discovery of EAB in Stevens Point.
As spring quickly approaches, it is important to remember the importance of pruning Oak trees now, within the next few weeks in March, to avoid the spread of Oak Wilt. In fact, November through March is the only time to prune Oak trees because Picnic Beetles are inactive and resting during the winter months.