Are you concerned about your flowering dogwood tree?
As with most trees in an urban environment dogwood trees do, from time to time, require professional care to assist in the development of a strong tree framework and protect from a variety of insects and diseases and fungi.
Fungicide applications, nutrient enrichment, and pruning are essential throughout the lifespan of the tree in order to ensure the longest possible life.
Dogwood Tree Pruning – Dogwood Tree Trimming
Pruning is essential to preserve and foster the best tree structure. Proper pruning and trimming can also prevent diseases and increase the overall lifespan and quality of life for the ash tree. If your tree as not been pruned recently you should have the tree examined.
We remove broken and infected branches and live branches only when required to allow for more healthful growth patterns and reduces susceptibility to diseases.
Dogwood Tree Diseases – Dogwood Pests
Common problem diseases include:
- Dogwood Anthracnose
- Septoria Leafspot
- Spot Anthracnose
- Sooty mold
- Root rot
- Powdery mildew
- Basal trunk canker
If you think your dogwood trees may be suffering from any of the above or something you dont understand, please call us or send us an email.
We are able to provide service to San Francisco (SF) Bay Area and the Peninsula including: Atherton, Belmont, Campbell, Cupertino, Los Altos, Los Gatos, Loyola, Menlo Park, Milpitas, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Portola Valley, Redwood City, San Carlos, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Saratoga, Sunnyvale, Willow Glen, Woodside.