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2018 - Timberline Tree & Lawn Care Inc.
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Memphis: (901) 854-3970

 

Nashville: (615) 788-9321

 

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MEMPHIS

426 Distribution Pkwy

Collierville, TN 38017

 

NASHVILLE

P.O.BOX 635

Brentwood, TN 37024

 

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P.O.BOX 4225

Chattanooga, TN 37405

 

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AFFILIATES

July 26, 2019

Scott Woods has posted a video showing concerns that he has seen.  Please click the link to be directed to the video posted on the Timberline Tree and Lawn Care, Inc. Facebook page. 

https://www.facebook.com/100011244666136/videos/878373805880767/

June 26, 2019

Lanis Littlefield is a client of Timberline Tree and Lawn Care in Chattanooga, TN.  Congratulations on your article in the spring and summer edition of The Cottage Journal!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1twBbJNz3MRsuZmw_ZxvdjYGItnUBd_c6BrmS0qn60QM/edit?usp=sharing

June 26, 2019

‘The learning tree’ & outdoor classrooms @ Dalton Seventh Day Adventist Church 
Once again; Timberline Tree & Lawn Inc was invited to initially inspect and make recommendations for this special unique tree.
Kindergarten classes are held underneath the canopy of this pr...

June 26, 2019

Still an honor and privilege to have cared for these stands of trees sinceEnoch Elwell and Andrew Alms 1st conceived the idea of Treehouse Project. 
Three years later; NO loss, no borer activity; just good vigorous growth! 
#PeteNelson the tree house Master!

June 26, 2019

Two years ago Timberline Tree & Lawn Care was called in to evaluate & make recommendations for this 180 year old Sugar Maple located at Oakland Mansion in Murfreesboro TN. 
Kane Adams featured the cavity work done to ensure cambium tissue development would not be c...

June 26, 2019

Memphis, Lawrenceburg, Paducah, Nashville TN

April 30, 2019

Ash Anthracnose, which is an uncommon problem in this area, has been seen in Tennessee.  If you have Ash trees, look for leaf damage.  This disease could defoliate your tree.  "Additional symptoms include brown to black blotches on leaf margins, causing leaf distortion...

April 8, 2019

What to do on a rainy day?? Last year re-removed this declining tree near Overton Park.
We donated several pieces of the trunk to our friends at the Memphis botanic gardens as the tree was over 200 years old.
Today we are creating a throne for the children’s garden, a...

August 22, 2018

What makes our company a better choice than the competitor? 

For starters, the owner Scott Woods is Tennessee's First Certified Arborist.  What this means for you, is that you have access to someone who is actively involved with the community (President of the Tennessee...

August 22, 2018

Are moles tearing up your lawn?  Digging tunnels in your new flower bed?  We have a few solutions.

If you've ever tried to catch a mole, you know the struggle is real. Moles can dig up to 18 feet in just ONE HOUR!  They have curved front paws that act as shovels as...

August 22, 2018

Whats the most effective way to improve your tree's health?  Deep root fertilization is the preferred and most effective method for fertilizing trees and shrubs. Through this process, time-release fertilizer is pressure-injected into the root zone of the tree or shrub....

August 22, 2018

A potential death sentence to trees, 'Frost Crack' is showing up everywhere in this area.  It's the time of the year when this ailment tends to show it's damage.  Do you remember how harsh last winter was, with all the consecutive days of freezing temperatures?  Unfort...

August 15, 2018

If you hate nutsedge, you aren't alone.  This tuber can run rampant in perfect conditions and outgrow your lawn.  You just cut your beautiful lawn two days ago, and peer out of the window to view your masterpiece only to have your attention drawn to the seemingly tall...

August 15, 2018

Let me guess, your fescue was beautiful in the fall, stunning in the winter and gorgeous during spring.  Now all of a sudden you could probably start selling hay from your yard.  Well, in our area of the country, assuming you're in the midsouth, fescue isn't very heat...

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