Welcome to my blog. My name is Sarah, and right now, I can see my favourite tree from my window. A few years ago, it was ailing, but I learned everything I could about tree health and nurtured her back to abundance. In this blog, I plan to write all about tree care, from the basics you can do on your own to knowing when to call a professional. My love of trees grew out of my love for gardening and landscaping, and I may write about those topics as well. I hope that you like my blog and that it inspires you. Thanks for reading!
17 September 2020
Whilst transplanting a tree can be risky (as there no guarantee that its roots will take in the new ground), there are circumstances in which arborists recommend that their clients do this. Here are some situations in which these tree experts might offer this advice. They suspect the tree roots have Phytophthora root rot Phytophthora root rot is a disease that many trees develop. This disease attacks a tree's roots and eventually kills it.