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Tree & Shrub Care Services
Protect the safety, value, and beauty of your trees and shrubs with expert pruning, removals, cabling, organic fertilization and effective pest and disease management.
Many trees and shrubs will need pruning at some point. The key is to do it properly and to do it before the problem gets to the point that the only viable solution is to remove the tree or shrub entirely.
We believe that there's a better way to care for trees, lawns and shrubs than traditional chemical methods.
Organic Tree, Shrub & Lawn Resources
Keeping you up-to-date on organic lawn and tree care issues in central NJ and eastern PA.
Organic Plant Care LLC cares for historic trees at Lamington Presbyterian Church
Organic Plant Care LLC was recently chosen to care for the historic trees at Lamington Presbyterian Church. These Native Red Maples have likely flanked the entry to the church since for more than 100 years. Historic shade trees like these should evaluated by a professional arborist periodically to ensure maintenance of healthy root systems…
17-Year Cicadas are coming–here’s what to expect
The Brood II cicadas were last seen in 1996. Since then, they’ve been deep in the soil feeding on the sap from tree roots in the Northeast. Though they may be a bit of a nuisance for a period of 4-6 weeks, this 17-year phenomenon is actually quite fascinating and considered a beneficial event for…
New Tick-Borne Disease, Borrelia miyamotoi, confirmed in Hunterdon County, NJ
A new disease-causing bacterium, Borrelia miyamotoi, is confirmed as the cause of meningoensephalitis in a Hunterdon County woman. Research scientists have discovered a new illness similar to Lyme disease, which is also transmitted by the dastardly deer tick. That now makes 5 pathogens known to be transmitted by this tiny parasite, no bigger than a…