Tree & Shrub Planting Services

We service the Milwaukee, Mequon, Stevens Point, Wausau and surrounding areas.

Plant your trees and shrubs and watch them thrive

Tree & Shrub Planting

While we plant trees and shrubs primarily for their beauty, comfort, and shade, they provide many other benefits. By planting and caring for your trees and shrubs, you can help improve your surroundings, reduce pollution, lower energy costs, improve the appearance of your community, and increase the value of your property.

Plant your trees and shrubs and watch them thrive with First Choice Tree Care's Wisconsin experts on your side. Taking out the guesswork, we help carefully select the perfect trees and shrubs for your residential or commercial landscape.

Wausau & Milwaukee Tree Planting

Work with Wisconsin's Tree and Shrub Planting Experts

Leave it to the professionals; planting a tree or shrub is more than just digging a hole. Our ISA Certified Arborists understand the growth characteristics of 100’s of tree and shrub species and will help carefully select suitable species for your situation. We hand-pick only the healthiest and most vigorous plants from Wisconsin's finest and most reputable growers and apply proven techniques to install your plants properly. Once planting is finished, our staff will ensure you have the proper information to care for your tree or shrub.

Whether one tree or 100, our Wisconsin experts guarantee the highest quality planting methods to positively impact your landscape and ensure a return on your investment for many years to come. Beyond planting, trust our full-service offerings, including pruning, treatment, maintenance, and fertilization plans to keep your landscape safe, beautiful, and healthy year-round.

Call us today for your next tree or shrub planting. Experience the professional service that will lead to beautiful results!

Frequently Asked Questions

Arborists are trained professionals that are knowledgeable and equipped to provide proper tree care. They are specially trained to provide a variety of services to maintain trees. ISA Certified Arborists are individuals who have achieved a level of knowledge in the art and science of tree care through at least three years of experience and have passed a comprehensive examination. They are also required to continue their education in order to maintain their certification, ensuring their knowledge is updated on the latest arboriculture techniques. ISA Arborist Certification is a non-governmental voluntary process that operates without the mandate of law. It is an internal self-regulating device administered by the International Society of Arboriculture. Certification provides a measurable assessment of an individual's knowledge and competence required to provide proper tree care.

The type and frequency of tree care depend on the species, age, location, climate, and other factors that affect the tree's growth. The first step is to educate yourself about your trees and understand their needs. It is imperative to understand that proper tree care is a lifelong process and that planting and caring for a tree is a long-term commitment. A Certified Arborist can create a management plan to best suit the needs of each individual tree in your landscape.

Topping is the indiscriminate cutting of tree branches to stubs or lateral branches that are not large enough to assume the terminal role. Other names for topping include "heading," "tipping," "hat-racking," and "rounding over." Topping is perhaps the most harmful tree pruning practice known. It is usually done to reduce the size of a tree. Often, homeowners top their trees because they feel that they have become too large for their property and are a hazard. However, topping will make a tree more hazardous in the long term and is very harmful to the health of a tree. No educated arborist would ever "top" a tree. "Pollarding," often confused with topping, is an ornamental style of pruning popular in Europe, which involves annual trimming of the new shoots.

Mulches are organic materials placed over the soil surface to maintain moisture. Mulching is extremely beneficial to trees. It can reduce water loss from soil, minimize weed competition, and improve soil structure. Properly applied, mulch gives landscapes a healthy dose of benefits for your trees.

As soon as you notice any abnormality in your tree's appearance, you should begin a careful examination of the problem. Insects and diseases can threaten a tree's health. You should contact a Certified Arborist for assistance immediately. By identifying the specific symptoms of damage and understanding the causes, they will be able to diagnose the problem and recommend appropriate actions for treatment.

Trees are essential to our world, offering a wide range of environmental benefits. However, trees become hazardous liabilities if they fall and injure people or damage property. Proper, constant maintenance will help prevent and identify when a tree becomes dangerous. Evaluating the seriousness of a tree's condition is best done by a Tree Risk Assessment Qualified (TRAQ) Arborist.

One of the best websites for consumer tree care information is For personalized service and detailed information pertaining to your trees, it is best to contact an ISA Certified Arborist to schedule a consultation. For a nominal fee, a Certified Arborist can provide you with a wealth of information, including tree identification, proper pruning, insect and disease problems, and soil nutrition.

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