For thousands of years, humans have studied trees to learn how they too can provide suitable housing for squirrels and grow lemons from their fingertips. Branch out with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $160 for a deep-root feeding for one tree and an arborist visit (a $400 Value)
- $227 for a deep-root feeding for two trees and an arborist visit (a $650 value)
- $270 for a deep-root feeding for three trees and an arborist visit (a $900 value)
During the first visit, the arborist inspects and evaluates the overall health of the homeowner's trees before making recommendations about pruning, watering, and other nourishment practices that can enrich trees' health. The appointment typically takes 15 to 45 minutes.
During each deep-root feeding, the Texas Tree Team injects 100 gallons of liquid fertilizer into a 2'x2' grid pattern surrounding the tree's canopy line. A slow-release mixture of beneficial bacteria, fungi, and hormones, the fertilizer saturates the soil to nourish the root system during the fall and winter, bolstering its blossoms and foliage in time for the spring blooming season. The feeding treatment typically takes 1.5 to 2.5 hours.
Texas Tree Team
If a Houston homeowner's landscape is a family made up of verdant lawns, colorful flowers, and leafy shrubs, then the trees are the shy middle children. Unlike the lawn, trees don't get doted on with nitrogen-rich fertilizers. Unlike flowers, trees are not patiently pruned, weeded, or plucked and pinned to a grandmother's lapel. Sadly, most homeowners only pay attention to trees once it's too late; by then, their foliage has wilted to a pale yellowy complexion and they’ve started hanging out with bad crowds of bagworms or pine-bark beetles.
At Texas Tree Team, arborists make sure that these gentle specimens get the nurturing they need to survive and thrive. Their services care for trees throughout their leafy life span, from planting and feeding to pruning and stump removal. The team also protects trees threatened with displacement or removal by construction or urban sprawl, preserving shade and blossoms for future residents. Along with protecting mature trees, the company also plants new saplings, dotting landscapes with trees ranging from color-sprayed magnolias, bradford pears, pecan trees, or crepe myrtles to palms hearty enough to weather even the hottest heat waves.