Tree & Shrub Program

Protect Your Growing Investment

trees and shrubs

Vibrant, well-maintained landscaping will enhance the beauty of your property. That is why it is so important to nourish and protect it from pesky diseases, hungry bugs, and the harsh winter weather. Beginning in early Spring and ending in late Fall, our state-certified technician inspects your plants and performs treatments based on the conditions he finds, performing preventive treatments when needed.

Expert care for your valuable trees, shrubs, & groundcover plants!

Insects, mites, and diseases are targeted for control depending on current and expected activity, as well as fertilization utilizing a soil-injected liquid for larger trees and shrubs and a granular material for shallow-rooted shrubs and ground covers. Additionally, winter protection treatments will be recommended for broadleaf evergreen shrubs to help protect against winter cold and wind.


Our 7 Visit Tree & Shrub Program

  • VISIT 1: APPLY HORTICULTURAL OIL
    Controls insects and mites
  • VISIT 2: INSPECT & TREAT
    Controls insects, mites and diseases
  • VISIT 3: INSPECT & TREAT
    Controls insects, mites and diseases
  • VISIT 4: INSPECT & TREAT
    Controls insects, mites and diseases
  • VISIT 5: INSPECT & TREAT
    Controls insects, mites and diseases
  • VISIT 6: FERTILIZE ALL TREES & SHRUBS
    Liquid and granular fertilizer
  • VISIT 7: APPLY HORTICULTURAL OIL
    Controls insects and mites

Additional Service: Winter Protection Treatments

Protect your valuable evergreen broadleaf plants like Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Pieris, Japanese Hollies, and Boxwoods from the harsh winter months. The anti-desiccant helps minimize damage to the leaves, keeping your plants healthy and beautiful.


Free Lawn Care Estimate

See the difference a local company can make

We would be happy to provide you with a FREE ESTIMATE and lawn analysis! To speak to a Green Lawn Fertilizing tree and shrub expert today, call us at 888-581-5296.


Summer Plant Care Guide

Summer Plant Care Guide

These five steps will ensure that your plants not only survive summer, but thrive, and remain beautiful once summer ends.