Shrub Fertilization

Shrub Fertilization should be accomplished in early spring, and a light fertilizer application can be made in early summer if conditions are conducive to plant growth

Healthy shrubs, trees and lawns begin with healthy soil. Plants require nutrients like all living things to grow and remain healthy and thrive. There are many factors affecting the health and quality of your soil, including pH, macronutrients and micronutrients. Performing a soil test will help your arborist recommend the appropriate blend of fertilizer and nutrients.

Fertilization treatment for shrubs and trees are enhanced with valuable micronutrients and biostimulants, creating and promoting healthier and sustainable root growth and zones.

  • Fall Fertilization provides nutrients that plants will use during the initial spring growing period.
  • Spring Fertilization provides plants with the nutrients used throughout the growing season.

Your North Eastern Tree Care arborist will perform a soil test to determine what are the factors affecting your landscape, including macro and micro nutrients, pH and salt content. Based on your landscapes needs, you will receive a recommendation for the specific types and timing fertilization needs.

Shrub fertilization applications to the soil beneath ornamental trees and shrubs are sometimes needed to replenish essential minerals

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