27 OCT 2021
When thinking about healthy and beautiful trees, planting evergreens is what usually comes to mind! They don’t require a specific amount of fertilizers, so besides the fact that you can easily over-fertilize an evergreen without harming it, it’s important that it receives the appropriate nutrients to strengthen its endurance and to grow beautifully. Are you interested in learning more about care tips for evergreen trees? Sesmas Tree Service has you covered!
Overall, fertilizing evergreens becomes a necessity only if the tree is lacking the nutrients necessary to maintain its dark green color, but hiring a tree company is always recommended in order to guarantee good results. Sesmas Tree Service is at your service to answer the most asked questions regarding Evergreen trees and their fertilizing process.
When should you start considering fertilizing your Evergreen trees?
Evergreens’ growth can be easily maintained by having access to sunshine and water, but for healthy growth, a plant has to receive 17 different nutrients, usually present in fertilizers. The timing and early signs are also important for the overall process, so you might need to keep an eye on when you should consider fertilizing your Evergreens. The key signs you should closely monitor are as follows:
Conducting in-depth soil analysis around the tree is important to know more about the soil and if it lacks or even has nutrients’ excess. Sesmas Tree Service can help you determine the pH level and the current amount of organic matter within the soil.
Picking the Right Fertilizer Parameters
The right fertilizer is important for your evergreens trees; the bags usually contain the percentages of the different nutrients and minerals included. However, it’s recommended that you use:
When to Use Fertilizers?
Are you looking to learn more about your Evergreens’ needs? Do you need a tree company to provide you with a variety of tree services? Sesmas Tree Service and its team are at your disposal to assist you during the entire process. With the right diagnostic and fertilizer choice, your healthy evergreens will continue to grow throughout the year.