Cherokee Tree Care News/Blog Archive


Tree of the Month: Lacebark Tree

We recommend the Lacebark Elm tree for many reasons, including its hardiness, disease resistance, and beautiful features. Learn more about this Elm variety, in our latest tree of the month blog.

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2019 Summer Newsletter

As we enter the summer season in Missouri, let's discuss the cooling effects of trees, pruning away deadwood, and keeping Japanese Beetle season under control.

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Bagworm Season

We have recently been getting calls from worried customers about bagworms. Many are on the lookout for these pests and want to know how to get rid of bagworms. Here, we will discuss the bagworm, its lifecycle, and what we can do to manage these pests.

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2019 Spring Newsletter

With the changing of seasons, we can all look forward to blooming flowers and warming weather. But, with the increasing temperatures, one thing we need to be proactive about is spring storms and plant preparation for the changing season.

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Spring Fertilization

March has arrived and we are kicking off our Plant Health Care season with spring fertilization. In this blog, we will be discussing the importance of fertilizer, which trees should be fertilized, which trees don’t need fertilization, and when to fertilize.

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Tree of the Month: Shantung Maple

The Shantung Maple is a beautiful tree that would make a wonderful adornment to any home patio, backyard, or street-side. We recommend this tree as a shade tree that will produce a variety of fall colors to beautify your home.

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How to Love Your Trees

It’s the month of love and while trees may not be at the top of your mind during Valentine’s Day, we want to remember to love them by providing necessary tree services. Trees are our silent partners in the community.

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2019 Winter Newsletter

“Preserving trees for future generations.” This is the passion of Cherokee Tree Care and one we strive to live and do work by. Our aim is to be a tree preservation company and educate our customers on the best way to care for their trees.

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Tree of the Month: Norway Spruce

The Norway Spruce is a large pyramidal evergreen conifer that is native to the mountains of northern and central Europe. This large tree can grow up to 60’ tall and 40’ wide in our area. It is known for its rapid growth, large upward curving main branches, and sweeping needles.

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New Year, New Landscape

The year 2018 has somehow come to an end and 2019 has arrived fresh and brand new. If you are hoping to make some visual changes this year, consider thinking outside the box by making some changes to the trees on your property.

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