How Do I Get My Yard Ready For Spring?

As we make our way through the last leg of winter (and hope for tolerable weather the rest of the way), we’ll soon be ushering in the new season—which means it’s almost time to get a jump start on your spring landscape maintenance! Let’s dive into some tips you can get started on as soon […]

Can You Save A Dying Tree?

As the leading provider of tree trimming services in Philadelphia, PA, Liberty Tree & Landscape Management understands that it’s never a good time to have a dying tree on your property. While you may think that no leaves, decay, bending, or dried wood means the only option is to remove it, but determining the actual […]

How to Know If a Tree on Your Property Needs to Be Cut Down

As a trusted landscaping company in Philadelphia County, Liberty Tree & Landscape Management understands that it never feels like the right time to cut down a beloved tree. But when a tree is dead, damaged, decayed, or otherwise weak, having the tree removed by a team of professionals is a wise choice of action. If […]

Summer Is Over, But The Mosquitoes Are Not. What Gives?

While it might have been difficult saying goodbye to the summer vacations and beach trips, you may have been more than ready to bid those pesky mosquitoes adieu. But maybe you have noticed that they are still buzzing around, biting you, and being pests in general. As one of the most dependable mosquito control services […]

What to Do if You Discover Spotted Lanternflies on Your Property

The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive, destructive pest that is native to China, India, Vietnam,  and Eastern Asia. This species was first detected in September 2014 in parts of eastern Pennsylvania. Since then, their presence has spread across the U.S. These insects feed on pines, fruit trees, grapevines, and many other plants. Unfortunately, they pose […]

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