Tree Care and Plant Services
Urban Tree & Landscape delivers tree service to the greater Minneapolis area that’s second to none in the industry. We’re committed to upholding the highest standards of professional service in the tree service industry. That’s why we’re steeped in best management practices and safety protocols, and why we closely follow the latest findings and technical research in tree care.
While our tree knowledge and expertise is something that we are truly proud of, what really sets Urban Tree & Landscape apart is our commitment to our customers and their complete satisfaction. By putting our core values of honesty, integrity and sustainability into action, we strive to deliver outstanding tree service that will earn the loyalty and referrals of our clients.
Some benefits of working with Urban Tree:
-Knowledgeable and experienced field reps
-ISA certified arborist on every job site
-Excellent safety record
-Outstanding rating with past customers and the BBB
Urban Tree & Landscape is proud to offer the following services:
Because large, mature trees are less tolerant of pruning than young trees, careless and improper pruning can do more harm than good. It takes a specialist to prune a large tree, someone who’s trained to understand the interplay of factors involved, such as site, time of year, species, growth habit and age. Urban Tree & Landscape’s knowledgeable, experienced arborists will show you how to meet your pruning needs while protecting the health and longevity of the tree.
There are times when trees of all types must be removed. Urban Tree & Landscape has the experience, equipment and people to remove any tree, of any size or condition, in any location. We specialize in large and hazardous tree removals—using a crane, if necessary—and pride ourselves on doing the jobs that other tree services have declined.
Our nimble stump grinding equipment allows us to access even awkward or cramped locations, so give us a call to remove that pesky stump on your property.
Is nature “reclaiming” your property with unwanted growth such as buckthorn? The experts at Urban Tree & Landscape can design a custom clearing and eradication program to give you the outcome you’re looking for and make sure the unwanted vegetation doesn’t return.
A quick response to weather catastrophes is critical in clearing the way for power companies and construction crews to be able to repair damage and restore service. Urban Tree & Landscape has experience across the nation with safely handling hundreds of situations involving damage from natural disasters. In 2007, we were part of the recovery efforts in the south metro when straight-line winds decimated trees, leaving thousands without power. We sent crews for months on end to clean up after ice storms in Tulsa and Fayetteville. We traveled to Houston to help remove downed trees in the wake of Hurricane Ike, and we worked round the clock after a tornado touched down in south Minneapolis in 2009. These experiences have made us experts in preserving what’s left of trees and landscapes after such an event while mitigating further risk to people and damage to property.
While plants are exceptionally good at making the most out of their environment, they often need a helping hand to thrive to their full potential. We take an ecological approach to helping keep urban yards and gardens green and beautiful.
Urban Tree & Landscape’s plant health care unit focuses on controlling damage caused by the spread of common pests and plant diseases that haunt the urban forest, using the most ecologically sound practices possible.
We have the expertise to examine your tree or shrub for potential problems and to accurately diagnose these issues. Where a question arises as to a particular diagnosis, we have access to additional resources, such as the University of Minnesota plant pathology lab, where we can submit samples for quick analysis. And to prevent potential health issues in your trees, we can assess their risk level by considering their current health and environmental conditions.
Some of the most important pests and diseases that affect our urban forest are: