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Perhaps the greatest lesson that we as a tree service in Hamilton want to pass along is that the EAB indiscriminately attacks all ash trees irregardless of which species it was. White Ash, Blue Ash, Green Ash, Pumpkin Ash, Black Ash, etc. are all different species of...read more
It feels almost odd to us at DeVos Tree Care to examine the White Ash in its apparent post-mortem state in light of the onslaught of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). A few years from now, we may have no tree to even identify as a White Ash let alone the other 45+ species in...read more
Some of you may be wondering, of all great trees in the Greater Hamilton area, why start a series with the Norway maple? As its name suggests, it is not native to Canada. It does not live too long. It doesn’t grow to great heights. Between its dense canopy of leaves...read more
Special thanks goes out to the Small Business Enterprise Centre at the City of Hamilton for helping DeVos Tree Care officially launch in Winter of 2015. Access to mentors in the field of accounting, law, marketing, and sales has been invaluable. The program enabled...read more
Unfortunately a lot of property owners often ask themselves the question as to how to protect themselves from tree/branch failure a little too late. As arborists in Hamilton we hear this question and similar ones and for good reason. If you're unfamiliar with the...read more
1. Treat the bark like its your skin In other words, avoid punctures, bruises, or lacerations as much as possible. Lawn mowers, aerators, weed whackers, are notorious for damaging trees. Some trees with thinner bark such as birch and sycamore are more sensitive to...read more
About a year ago DeVos Tree Care pruned a large Siberian elm that was close to a customer’s home. The tree was hanging part over their house, part over their deck, and part over their neighbour’s house (read more about the neighbours tree). While Siberian elms aren’t...read more