Protect Your Trees From Winter Damage
Don’t forget to check your trees throughout the winter. If you see broken or damaged branches, give us a call and we’ll remove them before they cause any problems.
24/7 Emergency Tree Service – Call 908-309-6611
Complete Organic Care For Your Landscape – From Turf to Treetops
Serving Central New Jersey and Bucks County, PA
We believe that there’s a better way to care for lawns, trees and shrubs than traditional chemical methods.
Keep your landscape safe, healthy and beautiful by building healthy soil, using a preventative approach to manage insects and disease, and pruning plants and trees with their overall health and vigor in mind.
Organic Plant Care LLC provides safe organic lawn care, tick control and expert tree and shrub care to clients in central New Jersey and Bucks County, PA.
Our Certified Tree Experts, Arborists and organic land care specialists can help you make the transition from traditional, chemical-based programs to safe, natural organic plant health care.
We guarantee our work and are fully insured for liability and property damage. All quotes are no charge, no obligation.
The Latest Updates From Our Blog
Snow and ice are an inevitable part of winter here in central NJ and PA, as are multiple trips to the store to load up on bags upon bags of ice melt or rock salt. Unfortunately, the products we use to keep our roads and walkways safe also do untold damage to our property and local ecosystem, as well as harming our pets and our plants. Here are our suggestions for dealing with snow and ice without the salt.
Freshly-cut evergreen boughs add an inexpensive and wonderful splash of color and breath-taking fragrance for holiday decorations. And there’s no need to purchase greens that were cut weeks ago, when you likely have evergreens already growing in your landscape. Here are our best tips for creating beautiful holiday decorations from evergreens.
As of August 2016, emerald ash borer has been found in New Jersey in Bergen, Burlington, Essex, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth and Somerset counties. According to the NJ Department of Agriculture, ALL ash trees in NJ are at high risk for EAB infestation within the next few years. Control the spread of EAB by removing infected ash trees during the winter – it’s an ideal time to take down trees without damaging your lawn.