Help Do Your Part to Prevent Summer Fires

By Nancy Penrose

As we get into the full swing of summer, visions of sipping lemonade on the porch watching kids play in the yard fill our heads. While this is certainly a happy time full of memories, it is also the time with the greatest risk of fires. We all play a part in reducing this risk so summer stays a good time for all.

We recently had a client call us after an incident where a row of trees was damaged by fire. While the fire didn’t result in any harm to people or structures and we were able to help the homeowner find replacement trees for their yard (you can read the full story here), it certainly brings up an important subject we should all be aware of: fire safety.
Here are some useful tips on caring for trees that all homeowners should be aware of, as they can be very helpful in preventing fire hazards.

Remove dead trees from your yard. An old tree that was mostly cut down but never fully removed (even more so one that has been dead for some time but never cut down at all) needs to be fully removed from a yard so as not to present a fire hazard. Dead and dying trees are one of the biggest causes of a wildfire spreading. While no tree is fireproof, a dead tree is an active fire hazard and needs to be removed from a yard.

Spotting a dying tree may be a little harder for a homeowner. If a tree has brown and brittle bark of an unhealthy color, it may be dying. A tree with very few healthy leaves or with more and more dead limbs appearing. A tree with visible fungus or molds growing on it, or critters living inside its hollowed-out trunk. Any of these and more are signs that the tree is dying and likely will have to be removed. If you are uncertain if a tree is dying you can ask a professional to do a tree inspection. Then you’ll know if steps can be taken to save the tree or if it needs to be removed for the safety of all.

Earlier I mentioned that no tree is fireproof. While that is the case, some trees are more fire resistant than others. Pine trees and others high in resin are more likely to precipitate a fire. Other trees can provide less “fuel” for fires and can actively provide resistance for a spreading fire. The Japanese Elm and Ginkgo are two examples of trees that provide more fire resistance to a yard (in addition to each being beautiful specimens). You can consult your local tree transplanting experts to find what trees would work well for your climate.
Last but not least, in the dry months of summer do not forget to water your trees. Whenever in months with less frequent rain, increase your plans for watering. Healthy plants with high moisture are generally harder to burn, so keep your trees properly watered.

With a little care and safety, we can all enjoy the summer months to the fullest.

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com

Tree Transplanting Company Helps Salvage Landscape After Fire

Big Trees Inc Saves Trees from Being Demolished in Local Neighborhood

SNOHOMISH, WA: Big Trees Inc, (https://bigtreesupply.com), a tree transplanting company in the Seattle area, was recently called in to help salvage a landscape that had fallen prey to a fire. A local homeowner had been utilizing a weed burner to handle weeds in their yard when a row of trees caught on fire. Thankfully no one was injured and the fire was contained. Big Trees was called in to assist the homeowner in replacing the trees which had previously provided a privacy screen for the yard.

The homeowner using a weed burner got too close to a row of Arborvitae (a tall growing evergreen frequently used as privacy screen trees), and the fire spread and within minutes the entire row of trees had caught on fire. Thankfully the fire was put out and no people or structures were damaged. However, this left the homeowners with the problem of restoring their landscape.

Big Trees Inc was called in to consult on the best way to resolve the situation. After examining the site, Big Trees was able to recommend several large trees of the same variety that could be safely planted in the same location. The homeowners were overjoyed, as the trees had been planted several years ago and their concern had been that it would take several more years to grow new trees to the same size. As it happened, Big Trees was able to locate new trees of the same size that could thrive in the yard.

Nancy Penrose, owner of Big Trees Inc., stated: “It is very fortunate that we were able to help the homeowner resolve the situation. It’s even more fortunate that no one was harmed during this incident, as fires can very easily get out of hand. We were glad to help them restore their yard back to the way they had always envisioned it! The homeowners were very grateful and we were happy to take part in that.”

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com

Privacy Screen Trees Help Settle Dispute Between Neighbors

Big Trees Inc. Helps Neighbors Using Privacy Screen Trees Between Properties

SNOHOMISH, WA: Big Trees Inc, (www.bigtreesupply.com) a tree transplanting and tree nursery company in the Seattle area, recently helped resolve a developing dispute between two neighbors. When one neighbor wished for more privacy between them during the summer months, they contacted Big Trees Inc., who examined the site and was able to locate and execute a solution which left both sides feeling resolved with no further upset. The tree transplanting company has an extensive history of over 30 years of helping homeowners resolve issues with tree planting.

A homeowner in the Seattle area contacted Big Trees about a situation they had with lack of privacy between their yard and that of their neighbor. In this case, the neighbor’s property had a raised deck that looked directly into the homeowner’s back yard.
Furthermore, the neighbors would frequently come onto the deck to smoke, which would cause smoke to waft over into their yard. Wishing to avoid continued disputes, the homeowner contacted Big Trees looking for a solution.

Nancy Penrose, owner of Big Trees Inc, stated: “This homeowner came into our nursery hoping to find some trees that would eventually block out her neighbor. Instead, we were able to offer an immediate solution. After seeing the homeowner’s yard and the planting area we had to work with, we recommended English Laurel trees. It was a fairly shady area, and the English Laurel can handle the shade and actually thrive in that environment. Although English Laurels make a great screening barrier, they are not always the trees we recommend because they grow very quickly and can get 18’-20’ tall by 12’ wide. In this case, their yard had the room for it, and in fact these trees would not only block the neighbor’s yard and afford more privacy, they would also work well in helping to disperse the smoke. She was ecstatic at the thought of being able to use her backyard this summer without the nuisance of a neighbor and their habits impacting them.”

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com

Top 7 Tips for Summer Tree Care

By Nancy Penrose

With summer now here, we have to consider how best to care for our trees. If a tree is not set up to properly withstand the hot summer months, it could harm its growth or cause the tree to fail entirely.

Some people automatically assume that because it’s summer, their landscape will look wilted and dry. Well, if you follow these tips you can reverse that and have healthy, beautiful trees throughout the summer.

  • Mulching

If you haven’t had the chance yet to spread mulch around your trees, the beginning of summer is an ideal time. Mulch helps keep the moisture in the soil and roots, cuts down on weed encroachment and can stabilize soil temperatures. So, mulch can go a long way toward combatting the effects of the summer heat.

  • Fertilizer

On a similar note, fertilizer can be very important for ensuring trees have the necessary nutrients to keep growing. A younger tree in particular should be fertilized to ensure it keeps growing despite the high-stress temperatures of summer. If you are concerned if your tree needs fertilization or not, or are not sure of the right fertilizer to apply, consult your local tree care expert.

  • Pruning

The first piece of advice about pruning in the summer is: don’t. Pruning leaves and branches is generally best done in the dormant seasons of early spring and autumn when the tree is in a period of growth. Pruning in the summer can lead to exposing the tree to excessive heat and can stunt the growth of the pruned area.

That being said, there is never a bad time to prune off a dead or diseased limb. Doing so helps to ensure the health of the tree, not to mention the safety of people and structures around it. So keep an eye out for damaged or diseased tree limbs and be ready to prune them.

  • Tree Inspection

That brings us to the next point: getting your tree inspected. A tree inspection will point up difficulties you may not be aware of, but a certified arboreal expert will find right away. If you suspect your tree may have a disease, damage or pest problem, getting it inspected is vital. It is also a good idea to get your tree regularly inspected, and the beginning of summer is an ideal time to ensure that any problem is resolved before hot and dry weather conditions set in.

  • Storm Damage Prevention

A problem you might not at first consider is preparing for summer storm conditions. Increased risk of thunderstorms and heavy wind conditions is something to get ready for. Consult an arborist to ensure your tree doesn’t have any limbs that could more easily break off in a storm, and to find out if the tree could use extra support to withstand any storms.

  • Shading

Summer weather is hot, but certain conditions can make it even hotter for your trees. Younger trees would benefit from having shading to keep them cooler. Also, keeping landscaping materials near trees with the mid-summer sun beading down on them can mean too much heat for your tree. Keep shading in mind to ensure a younger tree can make it through the summer weather.

  • Irrigation

Last, but most certainly not least, is irrigation. Proper watering is essential during the summer heat for most trees. Younger trees need more water during summer, so consult an arborist to find out how much water your trees need. While it is possible to overwater and cause problems for your trees, summer is the time to ensure your trees have enough water to continue to grow and flourish. So, find out how much water your trees need for your local weather conditions.

Taking the time to keep your trees healthy this summer will result in a beautiful and thriving landscape!

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com

 

When Should You Get Your Trees Inspected?

By Nancy Penrose

Caring for your trees is an important part of maintaining your landscape.  Healthy trees add to your property value as well as add beauty.

In previous articles we have covered different aspects of how you can care for your trees in your yard, but how often should you get them inspected by a professional? Here are some guidelines to keep in mind to maintain the health of your trees.

  • Discolorations and any obvious signs of damage
  • Anytime there are extreme weather conditions. High wind, heavy snow, large amounts of rain, any flooding in your yard, are all examples.
  • If you are about to start any major renovation on your house or yard.  Making sure your contractor is aware of any branches or root systems that may be in within the construction zone.
  • Buying a new home. An inspection of the trees on a property that you are thinking about buying could influence your decision to buy.  Getting an inspection done prior to buying could disclose any problems with your trees so you are not left with them after you are living the in the home.

Routine inspections can also help maintain the safety of your yard.  Hazardous branches can fall can cause injury or damage to your home or your neighbors.  Getting routine inspections can identify potential problems and resolve them swiftly.

The above points are all things to keep in mind, but every property is different, and conditions vary.  Trees are living things that need regular maintenance to keep them looking their best and in good health.  If you have concerns or questions, you can reach out to your local tree specialists and schedule an inspection.

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com

Big Trees Saves Local Trees in Northern Washington Neighborhood

Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA (https://bigtreesupply.com), is a large tree nursery that in addition to selling mature trees, can transplant a tree from one place to another.  On occasion a property will be scheduled for either an entire yard overhaul or complete demolition, and there are trees that would be good candidates for transplant to another property, that would otherwise be torn down. That was the case recently for a neighborhood in the Seattle area.

Neighbors of a property that was slated to be torn down completely were walking by and noticed a tree that was worth saving.  They contacted Big Trees and asked if this transplant was possible.  Big Trees jumped into action and did everything from contacting 811 for any underground utility conflicts, to the logistics of moving the large tree to a new property. After every detail was perfectly orchestrated the tree was carefully hand dug and transplanted from one property to the other very successfully.

Nancy Penrose, the owner of Big Trees Inc, has stated “We love when people have the foresight to save trees and appreciate the value they give to properties.  In this case it was a win-win for all parties involved.  The homeowner of the property to be torn down did not have to remove and dispose of a tree and the neighbors received a tree that is well established and will continue to add beauty and value to their property.”

Big Trees Inc is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area, with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. Some types of trees that are available include, spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy screening trees, just to name a few.  Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog or https://arboristblog.com.  They can be contacted at 360-563-2700 or info@bigtreesupply.com.

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com

It’s Not Too Late to Plant Your Trees!

By Nancy Penrose

Spring is here which means now is a great time to add a tree to your yard!

There are times of the year that are safer to plant a new tree than others. Planting a tree in extremely cold weather can cause root damage. It greatly reduces the chances of the tree surviving when it’s planted in extreme cold weather and can cause problems down the road. Fortunately, in the Puget Sound area, it rarely gets cold enough to prevent us from planting safely.

Similarly planting a tree in summer can be stressful for a tree. However, if planted properly and irrigated consistently, summer tree planting can be successful as well.

Ideally fall and spring are the best times to plant a tree, which is why now is a perfect time to plant a tree in your yard!

Here are a few things to keep in mind when planting trees in springtime:

Trees experience stress no matter what time of year they are planted. It is important to thoroughly research out how to plant that tree, or to enlist the help of a professional tree transplanting company.

A new tree requires consistent irrigation. It’s not as much water as one might think, but needs to be distributed on a regular basis. Typically a ring or two of soaker hose or driplines set to water approximately 15 minutes each day will do it. Or, one gallon of water per one inch of trunk caliper. Ie, a 5” caliper tree needs approximately 5 gallons of water per day. Trees should not be watered during the dormant seasons, or while there is still a threat of freeze. In the Puget Sound area, late October – March.

Follow the guidance of your local tree transplant experts to ensure you are getting the right tree for the area you want to plant it in. This way you can be assured that the tree will be able to survive transplanting and grow to be a beautiful addition to your landscape.

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.c

Tree Transplant Company Restores Local Landscape

Big Trees Inc. Restores Trees And Rectifies Safety Hazard for Homeowners

SNOHOMISH, WA: Big Trees Inc, (https://bigtreesupply.com), a tree nursery and transplanting company in Northwest Washington, recently assisted a homeowner with a situation where most of the trees in their yard were affected by disease and posed a safety hazard to the occupants. Big Trees helped deal with the diseased trees, and successfully completed a new tree installation project to restore the landscape of the house.

Big Trees was contacted by a homeowner who needed to take down fifteen 100’ Douglas Fir trees. The trees had become diseased and were posing a safety threat to the home. While the homeowners were willing to take down the trees to handle the safety problem, they were devastated at the loss of privacy that would be caused by doing so. When they realized that Big Trees provided large stock trees and would be able to recreate the privacy screen around their yard, the homeowners were ecstatic.

Big Trees first hired a tree removal company to take out the large trees and their stumps. After 2 weeks the Douglas Firs had each been successfully removed from the yard. Big Trees then brought in eight 16’ Nordman Fir trees. The trees were brought in by large flatbed truck and were moved into their new homes via a large forklift. Although the loss of the Douglas Firs was devastating to the homeowners, a unique and very fortuitous situation came from installing the new trees: the Douglas Firs’ large canopies had been dwarfing 6 Japanese Maples for years. With their removal, the added space will allow the Japanese Maples to grow and thrive. It also opened up more light for the entire property. The addition of the new Nordman Firs allowed the homeowners to space out the trees for better future growth while retaining the privacy for their yard.

Nancy Penrose, owner of Big Trees Inc., stated: “It was such a win-win situation! When the homeowners realized that not only would they no longer have to worry about the potential damage to their home from the decaying trees, they also found that the new landscape would allow the Japanese Maples to grow and thrive. We couldn’t have been happier with the outcome.”

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com

Big Trees Inc Saves School Memorial Trees

Tree Transplanting Company Helps Save Memorial Trees Mid Renovations

SNOHOMISH, WA: Big Trees Inc., (https://bigtreesupply.com/), a tree transplanting company and tree nursery in the Seattle area, recently took part in a project to assist a school in rescuing a number of memorial trees of great importance to the community. The trees were in danger due to an upcoming construction project, however, Big Trees Inc. was successfully able to relocate the trees and they are now doing very well.

Big Trees Inc was contacted in December 2020 by a school district in the Puget Sound area regarding 6 memorial trees that were in the way of an upcoming construction project. The trees were planted to memorialize students and staff who had passed away and, needless to say, the trees held great sentimental value to many of the students, staff and surrounding community. The school district had this particular campus slated for a large remodel, but there was no way to fit the project into the existing landscape without damaging the memorial trees. Realizing this, the school district reached out to Big Trees for assistance in safely relocating the trees.

Big Trees staff came to the site and evaluated the trees and the area they were to be relocated to. Based on their initial assessment the trees were very good candidates for transplanting and would be able to be moved safely and successfully. The move was scheduled for after the holidays, when the trees are decorated every year by friends and family for Christmas. Once the new planting area and trees were ready, Big Trees carefully dug up, wrapped in burlap and moved each tree to their new location. The trees were then successfully planted. The school district was very pleased with the skill and dedication of the Big Trees team in taking care of the trees.

Nancy Penrose, owner of Big Trees Inc., stated: “When you have a job where the trees involved are so important, you want to take extra care. And in doing so, we make sure every time that the job is done right so that the trees can really flourish. This job was no exception, it went very well! Factually, that level of care is what we put into every job we do, which is why we are able to help so many people.”

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com

When and How Should I Prune My Trees?

By Nancy Penrose

Tree pruning is an essential part of keeping your trees growing healthy. Trees with dead or dying limbs will benefit from regular pruning, and pruning can play an important role in the formative stages of a tree’s life.

But how often should you prune? When is the best time to prune your tree? When is it appropriate to tackle it yourself and when should you call in an expert? With the answers to these questions, you’ll be able to ensure your tree continues to grow healthy and without unnecessary trauma.

Why Pruning?

Removing dead/dying/diseased branches from trees helps a tree stay healthy. It prevents diseases from spreading to the rest of the tree which could kill it. It removes excess dead weight and helps the tree grow. You will also need to prune branches which are rubbing against each other, as these will cause stunting and friction as the branches continue to expand.

Removing excess tree limbs lightens up the canopy and helps more air and sunlight get to the tree. Your tree will look better and grow in more natural, healthier foliage with the dead branches cut away.

There is another target for pruning: small shoots at ground level going off from the main tree. These steal nutrients from the main tree and make it weaker. Establish the dominant tree trunk and prune away smaller excess shoots. You will end up with a stronger tree, better able to withstand the elements.

Finally, there is the question of safety. You do not want tree limbs that could break off and harm people walking below them or fall and damage property. Learn to identify these and cut them for the safety of your family and others.

These are the major reasons you will want to ensure your tree gets the appropriate amount of pruning to keep it healthy.

When Should I Prune?

First off, you will want to prune early on after planting. Pruning young trees can go a long way to helping to promote proper structure which will enhance the tree’s longevity, as well as avoiding costly maintenance pruning later in their lifespan. Selectively pruning competing branches and stems will ensure a strong framework for future growth. Typically structure pruning happens every 12 years for the tree’s first 57 years of growth.

For general maintenance and pruning you will want to prune a little more frequently. If you see that a branch is obviously dead or diseased, you can go ahead and prune it. It is generally best to prune when the tree is in dormancy, so that when Spring comes it is ready to grow back more readily. Be aware that pruning when a tree is not in dormancy could lead to disease as the branches begin growing back. Consult a tree maintenance specialist if you are concerned this could become a problem.

When Is It Safe to Prune the Tree Myself?

If you are sure you have the right equipment for the job and are sure you know how much to cut (not pruning too much or too little of the branches that could result in tree rot during new growth) then you can safely do the tree pruning yourself. Watch the tree as the branches grow back to ensure they are healthy.

If you are in doubt about how much pruning your tree needs (such as due to its size or if you just aren’t sure which branches to cut) then it would be advised to consult a tree maintenance specialist. They can consult and point you in the right direction or take care of the tree maintenance.

Proper pruning will be very beneficial to your trees in ensuring that they continue to grow healthy branches for years to come.

Nancy Penrose is the owner of Big Trees Inc., located in Snohomish, WA in the Seattle area. The company is one of the largest tree nurseries in the Seattle area with over 120,000 trees available in over 300 varieties. They not only deliver young trees, but also mature trees in a wide range of sizes. Some types of trees available include spring flowering, deciduous, evergreen, and privacy trees. The company also does tree transplanting including large trees. Their blog can be seen at https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/ or http://arboristblog.com/. They can be reached at 360-563-2700.

Big Trees Inc.
10928 Springhetti Rd
Snohomish, WA 98296
360-563-2700
https://bigtreesupply.com/blog/
https://arboristblog.com
https://bigtreesupply.com