Many problems in the landscape are caused by:

Poor Soil Conditions

Top soil removed, plants growing in heavy clay or subsoil, and or poor drainage often resulting in poor root growth, decline in plant health and eventually death.

Improper Planting

Root systems that are planted too deep, planting bags left on, and not taking care of wrap around roots, are major causes of plant decline and death.

Poor Watering Practices

Either too much water causing root rots or too little water resulting in leaf burn, poor growth and eventual death.

Improper Pruning

Topping, over thinning, and "lollipopping", can produce ugly plants, hazardous trees, and plant failure.

Nutrient Deficiency

Foliage problems caused by poor soil and lack of nutrients.

Tree and shrub diseases

Why are my leaves turning brown?

Insects

What's bugging you?

Planting

What's the best way to get this in the ground?

Pruning

When, when not to, and how to do it properly.