15 Mar 2022

Large, mature trees are wonderful assets to a well-kept environment. Mature trees offer shade, cool the air, reduce energy use, and eliminate pollutants, in addition to their aesthetic value. Because of their well-established root systems, older trees require less active upkeep than younger trees.




A mature tree adds value to your property and neighborhood. It cools and shades the air, saves energy, eliminates pollutants, and beautifies your community.

Trees that are older require less active upkeep than those that are recently planted. The absence of substantial stresses such as drought, construction, pests, or disease, a well-established tree will normally remain healthy.

However, if health or site circumstances deteriorate, there is a danger that must be managed. It’s critical to be aware of changes and know how to respond. Mature trees need some care. To help your mature trees survive, I have here maintenance recommendations. So, let’s look into a few things you can do to practice tree maintenance!




The important thing you can do for your mature trees is to make sure that the water it receives is enough. In the absence of soaking rain, frequent monthly thorough watering is suggested for most established trees.

A lot of times, landowners overwater their mature trees. The root systems of mature trees are well-established, allowing them to absorb water and nutrients easily. When you overwater them, the root system of the plant is at risk of decaying.

Unlike young trees, which need to be watered regularly, older trees only need to be watered once a month. If the month experiences a lot of rain, you can forego watering your mature tree that month. Established trees might benefit from extra irrigation during times of drought.

Trees, unlike grass, prefer longer, more infrequent watering sessions. One simple method is to put a yard hose to drip water for many hours.




It may become important to trim branches as your tree becomes older. In order to maintain the tree’s health and structure, as well as the safety of persons and property surrounding it. Mature trees, like all other tree species, require frequent trimming to remove sick and dead branches from their canopy.

Many older trees, however, might benefit from weight reduction trimming in addition to regular upkeep. This method of pruning reduces the chance of limbs breaking and creating hazards by removing weight from the canopy.

While most people can prune small trees by hand, more substantial work should be left to professional tree care firms. Pruning and removing trees may be dangerous, and should only be done by experts who are educated, equipped, and insured.




Learn about the many types of tree pests and illnesses that might harm your tree. Consult a Certified Arborist if you suspect sickness.


A local tree company like Tarzan Tree Removal may also examine for weak branch attachments and perform safety checks on your tree on a regular basis. Keep an eye out for changes in the foliage of trees to detect issues early and initiate care and treatment.




English ivy is a typical poisonous invasive vine that can choke your tree. Cut vines all the way around your trees to protect them. The higher vines will die, allowing you to remove the rooted plant.

Remove all weeds, grass, and perhaps other plants from the tree’s base. Weeds deplete the tree’s water and nutrients, preventing it from thriving. Replace the weeds in the area with a thick layer of mulch.

Simple tree care for your mature tree mean’s a lot to them. Watering, pruning, and maintenance can extend their lives. If you need assistance with your mature tree care, do not hesitate to reach us or schedule an appointment now!

And for any tree care, or Brooklyn tree removal need you may have we are here to help.

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Brooklyn Tree Cutter

Welcome to your local Brooklyn Tree Cutter. At Tarzan Tree Removal we make sure that our clients take full advantage of our affordable prices and expertise.

Here at Brooklyn Tree Cutter we provide more than just tree trimming. Rather, we have an array of services that include tree planting, tree removal, stump removal/grinding and 24-hour emergency tree service. Since our most important part of our job is to create a trusting relationship with our client we offer a FREE tree estimate consultation before the job is started.

Tree cutting is also known as tree trimming or pruning. Our professionals are experienced, precise and meticulous when performing any of these services on your property. Home owners may have a certain attachment to their tree, whether it has been on their families property for years or a gift, so it is important to be very careful when handling it.

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People may think that is easy to cut or trim and tree, which will result in them trying to do this on their own without a professional. This is a big MISTAKE as it is in fact highly dangerous and difficult. Depending on the height of a tree you will need a professional tree climber to attach themselves to the tree with expert equipment. This protects them from falling out of a tree, as it anchors them to it.

Property owners may want to trim a tree for either cosmetic or legal reasons. Obviously if you want your property to look neat and appealing you will have to keep up with the maintenance of a tree. Another reason is because the city or town may also fine a homeowner if a tree on their property is a nuisance or danger to the public you must call Brooklyn Tree Cutter immediately.

After a climber is securely attached to a tree they will then go to the top and begin to trim or prune the tree. Our climbers are highly qualified, as they are experienced with trees that are seven stories high. Once the tree is trimmed to the home owners expectations our team will then provide clean-up of the left over branches.


For more information, please call Brooklyn Tree Cutter at 347-833-5862 or email booking@tarzantreeremoval.com.




05 Nov 2015

Baby trees need to be protected in the winter just like a small plant. There must be great care taken to protect your young trees from winter winds, frost and ice. New trees must be protected for at least two winters.

By covering the tree and adding mulch the tree’s surrounding soil from frost and help provide moisture for the tree’s root system by retaining water. For the step-by-step process, please look below.

  1. Buy tree wrap from a local home improvement store or nursery. 
  2. Wrap your tree’s trunk up to the first branches. Be sure to overlap the layers and secure them with tape or twine. It can then be removed in early spring.
  3. Put a mulch layer of about 4 to 8 inches (10.2 to 20.3 cm) around the tree’s base spread the mulch at least 2 feet (0.61 m) out from the trunk. Do not let it touch the tree’s trunk. 
  4.  Newly planted trees do not yet have a root system that is established enough to reach water deep in the ground. So, before the ground freezes make sure to provide enough water, especially at the root ball of newly planted trees in order to keep your tree hydrated. 
  5. To keep your trees from animals that may chew on the bark in winter by installing a plastic tree guard or other hardware specifically made for trees around the bottom of your tree and approximately 1 foot (0.3 m) higher than the average snow level.
  6. To stop splitting and breaking from ice buildup and winter storm tie any center branches together loosely with twine, especially those of evergreen trees. When the spring comes don’t forget to prune any damaged branches out to prevent disease and more breakage.


22 Oct 2015

Tarzan Tree Removal Service provides strategic tree services by trained and qualified professionals in all five boroughs of New York City. Our company addresses the health and aesthetics of your landscape as well as the safety and liability of host and adjacent properties. In certain instances, it may be necessary to remove a tree that is alive if it is interfering with the health and vigor of other trees, or threatens buildings, driveways or utility wires in order to ensure safety.

Our company addresses the health and aesthetics of your landscape as well as the safety and liability of host and adjacent properties. In certain instances, it may be necessary to remove a tree that is alive if it is interfering with the health and vigor of other trees, or threatens buildings, driveways or utility wires in order to ensure safety.