From tree selection and planting to pruning guidelines, this section covers everything you need to know to take care of your backyard trees.
Learn when and how to prune your Missouri landscape trees.
Practice these simple maintenance tips to ensure well-established, healthy Missouri trees.
Picking the right holiday tree and caring for it properly can ensure a safer, longer-lasting tree. These simple steps show you how.
When a tree is in the wrong place, removing it completely is the best option. This brief, illustrated brochure shows how topped trees and lead to danger and property damage.
Use this simple formula to estimate the age of your Missouri trees.
This brief, illustrated brochure helps you select the right kind of tree for your Missouri location, then determine planting depth, dig the right hole shape and size, back fill, water and mulch.
After serving as a Christmas tree, a live Missouri evergreen can be planted outside to landscape your yard. All it takes is a little planning.
This full-color, 60-page booklet in helps you choose the best trees for your growing situations, plant them in the right places and care for them over time. It includes lists of species for Missouri, including alternatives to ash trees, which are vulnerable to the emerald ash borer.
Mulch helps provide the tree nutrients and keeps soil temperatures low, protecting its root system.
Learn how to treat salt-damaged trees and soil, and protect your plants where ice melters are used.
Browse tips for purchasing and transporting high-quality Missouri trees from reputable sources.
This brief publication helps you determine where and how to plant trees on your Missouri property.
This four-page, two-color pamphlet shows you how to screen a small yard with Missouri's evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs.
Snow, ice, tornadoes, hail and high-velocity winds can damage or destroy your trees. Browse tips for caring for your storm-damaged trees.
Browse info about the needs and cultural requirements for Missouri evergreens, shrubs and deciduous trees.
This brief, illustrated guide shows you when to water, mulch, pest-monitor, fertilize, stake and prune your Missouri trees.
Proper watering keeps your Missouri shade trees healthy for life. Text, illustrations and video show you how.
You spent a lot of time and money on your home landscape. Find and hire a trained arborist to protect your investment and your trees' health.