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Since 1992, family owned Lamb Tree Service is one of the largest in the area.   We have locations in Bowling Green, KY, Paducah, KY, Elizabethtown, KY, Franklin, KY,   Nashville, TN, and Clarksville, TN.

We opened in 1992 and now Lamb is a trusted name nationwide!

Lamb Tree Service is the most economical choice for tree service in the Bowling Green area, and the only service that offers FREE TREE DIAGNOSIS.

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> Seasonal Tips

Fall is a beautiful time of year with all the coloured foliage and cool breezes. We at Lamb Tree Service would like to give you a few tips to help you enjoy your yard year around. Although your plants and trees are preparing for their dormant season there's still a few things to consider as the 2013 growing season nears end.

Planting is a great fall activity the soil is still warm and allows a nice period of time for transplanted trees to establish a strong root system before freezing weather and the 2014 spring blooming season.

Mulching: fresh mulch before winter adds insulation and also retains moisture another great idea during the fall season. Just keep in mind to keep the mulch pulled back approximately 3 inches off the trunk of your trees and shrubs. To much moisture on the trunk can cause decay and make your tree susceptible to fungus and insects.

Removal of the three D's Dead, Diseased and Damaged. Removing any dead diseased or damaged branches is important preventive and maintenance easily done during the fall once foliage has dropped and all limbs and branches are exposed. Remember to properly clean any equipment used on a diseased tree to prevent spreading to uninfected areas.

Pruning and crowning large trees with excessive sap is best done during fall season. Just to list a few birch, elm, maple, walnut and honey. Doing the trimming at this time of year on these trees will minimize the sap flow and aid in faster healing.

Have any questions, need advice from a expert? Send us a email or give us a call at: (270) 842-2222.