If Your Trees Could Talk, What Would They Say?

In Local Industry Specialists

You might think the trees in your yard lead a rather boring existence, but if your trees could talk, what they would say might surprise you.

Next time you’re in your yard admiring the foliage and enjoying the weather, take a moment to consider what the trees and other plant life in your landscape are experiencing. If that wise old citrus tree in your yard could talk, it might reminisce about that time you and your wife shared a kiss after the birth of your grandchild, or that time the dog fell in the pool. No doubt, you could enjoy many laughs with the plant life that makes up your residential landscape, but there might be something a bit more serious that your favorite tree would tell you about as well.

You’d be surprised to hear about the fungal infection that is stealthily creeping up its trunk and threatening its life, or the termites that have burrowed into it. The truth is that while your yard might look great, many plant health issues go unnoticed until it’s too late. Since up to 10% of your property’s value is in the landscaping, it makes sense to protect it. One dead tree alone could cost you thousands of dollars and affect the resale value of your property.

Luckily, Rudy’s Plant Health Care offers GreenCheck Plant Health Inspections to give you peace of mind. You’ll get a detailed report that covers all eight categories of plants in your yard, and gives you crucial information on pests, disease, feeding and irrigation. Give Rudy’s a call at 760-8-PLANTS or check out RudysPlants.com. Your trees and plants will thank you!

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