One of the most important rules is that when staking a tree, it does not always need to be staked. Unfortunately, there’re just way too many arborists and gardeners out there that prefer the latter. Staking a tree that has no need for we’ll absolutely do more harm than good in the long run, so it’s very important that you follow our advice on this.
However there are many situations in which a Young tree does need to be state. For example, a tree with a large amount of foliage, and a small root ball will most definitely need some type of structural support system.
Staking a tree, we’ll provide it with temporary and stable structural stability, which will allow a full root system to grow in place of existing root ball. This way you don’t have to worry about your young tree not growing tall enough or growing disproportionately. Please give us a call if you have any questions about the staking of younger trees. We provide service all over Asheville, NC.