Cherokee Tree Care News/Blog Archive


Tree Roots

Learn about the main functions of tree roots and their role in a tree's survival on this month's Cherokee Tree Care blog!

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Resource Allocation

Read some great information on Resource Allocation from Cherokee Tree Care owner & operator, Tim Crews!

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Fall 2017 Newsletter

For the Fall 2017 Newsletter, we cover preparing trees for the changing seasons, why do we prune trees, and why fertilizer is needed.

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Right Tree, Right Place

In this Cherokee Tree Care blog, you can learn about the space some trees need to really flourish. Right tree - right place!

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Trees and Construction

Construction can take a huge toll on trees in a landscape. In this month's blog, we discuss the effects construction can have on existing trees and what can be done to protect them.

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Summer 2017 Newsletter

For the Summer 2017 Newsletter, we cover the importance of water, what to expect when you have never had tree work done before, and what a certified arborist is.

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Trees vs. Turf

In this blog, we discuss the competition between trees and turf and the benefits of mulch.

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Tree of the Month - Southern Magnolia

The Southern Magnolia is an evergreen, meaning it never loses it leaves, even in the dormant season. With a great winter hardiness, this tree does well in the Missouri climate.

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Tree Failure

Determining if a tree has the potential to fail or break is not always easy. In this month’s blog, we will discuss some signs of a failing tree and trees that are prone to breakage during storms.

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How to Properly Plant a Tree

While it may seem like a simple task, planting a tree is a serious decision that requires the proper guidance and advice before making the decision to plant.

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Plant Health Care

At Cherokee Tree Care, we offer a comprehensive Plant Health Care program that considers the health and aesthetic value of your trees, our responsibility to the environment, and the needs and desires of the homeowner.

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