Tree planting may seem like a rather arbitrary activity that can be accomplished by anyone, but there are many factors that go into it. The reality is, this area of arborculture is where many costly mistakes are made by somebody who has not had the proper training or education.
Whether you are looking to update your landscaping, would like a little more privacy from your neighbors, or simply want some more shade within your property line, let our experts handle the heavy lifting, and decision making that goes into a proper tree transplant.
Unless your chosen nursery has an arborist on staff, it is very difficult to know the overall health of the chosen specimen without proper training. The last thing you want to do, is plant a tree and cultivate it for 10 years, only to have it fall over due to improper care, or sub-par genetics which were doomed to fail from the start. Without the technical knowledge of trees, these factors are very hard to foresee, and can lead to very costly maintenance in the future. Hiring a professional to get the job done right the first time can save you money, and years of time.
Other factors of proper tree choice include the type of soil on your land, as well as the space available, not only for the tree, but for the root system to spread as well. As soon as you're certain you are ready to plant some new trees on your land, give us a call (406-221-1313), and setup a consultation. The ideal planting season is limited, and we want to ensure that you are completely satisfied with the results of your freshly planted tree.
The costs associated with having a tree planted by a professional far outweigh the potential losses. Allow our experts to carry the burden, and work with you to make the best decisions for your family, and your wallet. If you absolutely insist on taking this challenge on yourself, we highly recommend, at a minimum, you allow us to help you pick out healthy stock, and test your soil for viability. Our only concern is to help you make an educated decision and get the most life out of your newly planted trees, so your family can enjoy them for generations to come.