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Dormant Oil – What You Need To Know!

Have you ever heard of dormant oil before? Many people recommend using it in the late winter/early spring on certain trees. If you are not very familiar with dormant oil, you ...

Learn About Your Oak Trees!

Who doesn’t love trees?! They provide us with oxygen, shade, they clean our air, prevent soil erosion, and provide us with so many other benefits. An added bonus, they are b...

Preparing your Yard for Fall! | Fall Webworms

Ahhhhh, the fall season is finally here!  Pumpkins, crisp cooler air, and even the leaves changing colors giving you a . As excited as you may be about Autumn, are you gettin...

Sussex Tree’s Services in Delaware

Here at Sussex Tree Inc., we always believe in giving the best service to our customers and patrons. We believe in various values when it comes to the work we do: integrity, q...

Sussex Tree’s Talented Team of Arborists

The team here at Sussex Tree Inc. values the integrity, quality, service and commitment to their clients. All of the employees at Sussex Tree Inc can proudly say that they are...

Do Winter Evergreen Sprays Work?

As we enter the month of February, we are still experiencing some brutal cold weather. This kind of weather calls for dry air, low precipitation and little soil moisture. When...

Sussex Tree’s 30 Year Anniversary!

The new year of 2017 brings Sussex Tree their 30th year anniversary as one of the largest tree service businesses on the eastern shore. In 1986, Jeffrey Meredith Sr. lost h...

All About Fall Webworms

What Are Webworms? Fall Webworms, or Hyphantria cunea, are moths native to North America. They are most commonly known for their activities in their larval state (giving its ...

Why is my Crape Myrtle Covered in Powder?

It’s a common question asked by gardeners and property owners – why are my Crape Myrtles covered in a white powder? The answer is: Powdery Mildew, or Erysiphe lagerstroemi...

What are Bagworms?

What is a Bagworm? The Evergreen Bagworm, commonly known as Bagworm, is a moth that spins its cocoon in its larval life, decorating it with bits of plant material from the tr...

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