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Jennifer Ray
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Michael came out to evaluate some trees I had with a questionable fungus on them, and ultimately the course of action was removal for a select few. He got me an estimate for the removal within a matter of days. They had the most competitive prices out of the other estimates I got. Michael is a very knowledgeable Arborist and you can tell he is passionate about his work. He wasn't pushy at all about the removal like some of the other companies I had come out, and he advised me on doing it in "phases" to fit my budget. The actual tree removal and stump grinding itself was so smooth and all the workers that came with the crane and stump service were very professional and communicative about what the process was going to be.

Stephen Delbridge
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The service for Driscoll Tree Service was outstanding. Michael came out to meet with me, explained the pros and cons of how to deal with my tree removal, and provided a clear quote for the service. The crew that came out to do the work was on-time, professional and did a great job. One of the trees they had to remove was tall and in a spot where they couldn't get any heavy equipment to it, but they were able to take it down in pieces without damaging my landscaping or fence. If you are looking for a professional and competent tree service,  I definitely recommend calling Driscoll Tree Service.

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Ideal Evergreen Trees to Plant in Your Landscape

Evergreen trees are a cherished addition to any landscape, providing year-round beauty and many practical benefits. While deciduous trees may shed their leaves in the fall, evergreens maintain their lush foliage throughout the seasons. Besides their decorative value, these trees can serve as windbreaks, privacy screens, and havens for wildlife. If you want to spruce up your yard with evergreen trees, the Driscoll Tree Service can help. Our certified arborists can assess your landscape and recommend suitable options.

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Douglas Fir

The Douglas Fir is a majestic evergreen tree with a towering stature and conical shape. Native to North America’s western regions, it thrives in various soil types and climates. If you are seeking a visually striking addition to your landscape, consider the dark green needles and symmetrical growth of the Douglas Fir. We often recommend this tree type for reforestation projects because of its rapid growth and adaptability, so you don’t have to worry about premature tree removal emergencies.

Eastern Red Cedar

The Eastern Red Cedar is a versatile evergreen tree native to the eastern and central United States. Its dense, scale-like foliage ranges from dark green to bluish-green, offering year-round visual interest. For homeowners looking to create natural privacy screens, Eastern Red Cedar trees form a dense barrier when planted close together. In addition, they produce bluish berries that provide food for various bird species during the winter. Before growing Eastern Red Cedar trees, consult a professional tree care company to ensure your yard is suitable. 

White Pine

White Pine is known for its long, slender needles and graceful appearance. This native North American tree can grow to impressive heights and usually has flexible needles in five bundles. White Pines are aesthetically pleasing and easily adapt to different soil types and climates. Our arborists can help you add a touch of tranquility and natural charm by ensuring healthy trees that serve as towering focal points or windbreaks. 

Concolor Fir

The Concolor Fir, or the White Fir, is a delightful choice for those who appreciate a touch of elegance. This tree species is native to the western United States and boasts soft, fragrant needles that radiate a pleasant citrus scent. Our tree service experts often recommend the Concolor Fir for decorative purposes because of its symmetrical shape and striking color. Other benefits include excellent windbreaks and provide shelter for wildlife, especially during winter.

Norway Spruce

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The Norway Spruce is a European native tree often found in North American landscapes. This evergreen tree features dark green needles and a pyramid-like shape that adds splendor to any garden. If you want rapid growth and minimal maintenance, the Norway Spruce is an excellent choice. As a trusted tree care company, we recommend these trees for establishing windbreaks and privacy screens.

Incorporating evergreen trees into your landscape is a decision that brings year-round beauty, hence the need to consult a professional tree service. Whether you choose the towering Douglas Fir or the rapidly growing Norway Spruce, each evergreen tree has unique characteristics that enhance your garden’s aesthetics and functionality. Contact us at the Driscoll Tree Service and schedule an appointment with our certified arborists. We consider your climate, soil conditions, and specific landscaping goals to ensure a lush yard without the risk of premature tree removal emergencies.

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