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Part of our mission is to educate the general public about the value of trees and the urban forest. By providing valuable resources to our customer base, we hope to bring awareness to the value of trees and the benefits they provide. 

Image by Gilly Stewart

The Hidden Life

of Trees

Based on the bestselling book, forester Peter Wohlleben shows us how trees communicate with each other and the world in this enlightening documentary.

Image by Andy Chilton

10 Benefits of Native Plants in Landscaping

The benefits of native plants in landscaping are plenty. Native plants save you money, time, and energy, and they also can brighten your

day with hummingbird or butterfly sightings in your garden or out

your window. 


Crape Myrtle:


February is the time of year you may notice stark “stubs” of crape myrtles in parking lots and other areas around town. Often crape myrtle

is so harshly pruned only trunks

are left, with the top half of the

tree hacked off.

Image by Jonas Weckschmied

The American Obsession with Lawns

Lawns are the most grown crop in the U.S.—and they're not one that anyone can eat; their primary purpose is to make us look and feel good about ourselves.

Image by Sonny Smith

Our Lawns Are Killing Us.

It's Time to Kick the Habit.

Yet despite what Scotts®, Bayer, TruGreen®, and other corporations in the so-called green industry would have us think, lawns are far from green, environmentally speaking. (They’re not American, either.) 

WE Aim to Make Tree Care Affordable for ALL!

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Servicing Virginia from Richmond to Fredericksburg

and surrounding areas.

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