Boston Tree Preservation

Boston Tree Preservation

Committed to an organic approach to caring for your entire landscape

Protect and Preserve your Landscape with our Full Spectrum of Organic and Sustainable Services

Boston Tree Preservation is committed to providing an organic approach to caring for the entire landscape – trees, shrubs, lawn and soil in order to preserve and protect the urban forest for present and future generations. 

We offer year-round, seasonal services that help you protect your piece of the planet.

ALL ONLINE ORDERS WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE CHARGED THE ONLINE PRICE, WHICH REFLECTS A 10% DISCOUNT FROM OUR REGULAR PRICING!

Tending to our worm farm which makes compost tea fertilizer.

Tending to our worm farm which makes compost tea fertilizer.

 

Year Round Organic Plant Health Care

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Fall

Fall Plant Health Care programs help plants get ready for winter stress, so that they can emerge with optimal health when spring arrives. Fall is the best time of year to assess and promote plant and soil health. Click to see Fall treatments.


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WINTER

Our Winter Plant Health Care program protects your plants from winterkill symptoms. Winter is a good time to review your property and update your landscape needs. Click to see Winter treatments.


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Spring

Spring Plant Health Care programs protect emerging growth from insect pests and disease. Our safer and organic practices set the foundation for a healthy growing season. Click to see Spring treatments.


Summer

Summer Plant Health Care programs curtail insect and disease problems. Summer is also the time for foundational soil and plant fertilizer programs and water conservation programs. Click to see Summer treatments.

 

Current Treatments


GrubEater
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We apply beneficial nematodes, live microscopic organisms that occur naturally in soil and are parasitic to insect pests like grubs. This natural approach can be applied anywhere and will keep grub populations in check, but timing is imperative. The product needs to be applied between forsythia and lilac blooming! GrubEater is an OMRI-listed organic product. You don’t need conventional pesticides to treat grubs and other soil developing pests attacking your trees, shrubs, and lawns!


Liquid Fertilization
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Our product is made from natural, organic materials and is a concentrated blend of humic and fulvic acids, fish hydrolysate, dehydrated kelp, enzymes, organic acids, growth auxins, vitamins and minerals. Designed to create optimal growth conditions while augmenting the plant’s natural resistance to environmental stress, disease and insects. Available spring, early summer and fall. 

Prices shown reflect the 10% online discount.


Winter Moth Repellent
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Online Price: $224.10
Regular Price: $249

Our natural essential oil blend of cedar wood extract is applied on the tree trunks, close to the ground, and in selective perimeter areas. The subtle, pleasant odor of the of the essential oil repels the adult Winter Moth from laying eggs on your tree trunks and discourages them from your property. It acts in much the same way as a cedar closet repelling moths from eating your clothes.

We have had excellent results with this all-organic program, which is designed to save you money by alleviating the need for a spring application.

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Contact Us

➤ Serving The Greater Boston Area

2 Draper St
Woburn, MA 01801

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(781) 729-0095

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Trees are essential to life and play an immense role in a healthy environment.
— PETER WILD, OWNER + FOUNDER
 
 

 
 

Do you have questions about your landscape?

We're here to help. Boston Tree Preservation offers FREE landscape consultations over the phone, or in person for a small fee. Use the form below to contact us regarding your questions. You may also email or call us at (781)729-0095 to make an appointment.

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