Arlington currently has 18, public trees which are cared for by the Natural Resources Division. On this page are some helpful links about Arlington's tree population and what to do if you suspect a Town tree is diseased or damaged, recommended trees for planting, and other tree related information. The Arlington Tree Department has planted new street trees throughout Arlington during March and April Together with newly planted trees over the past 3 years, over trees are needing water from June through November.
Help new trees survive by watering a street tree near you. More Info. Oct 14, Dogwood trees are suited for USDA hardiness zones and they do best in shade and soil that is more on the acidic side.
One important note about Dogwood is that this tree loves water and cannot handle drought. Winged Sumac Winged Sumac trees like full sun and can grow anywhere from feet tall and feet wide. Arlington leak detection services will range from acoustic to infrared tests of your walls, floors, and major appliances to determine the exact nature of your leak.
Armed with high quality equipment, Corkd professionals are available 24/7 to supply you with: Water Leak Detection in Arlington, MA; Slab Leak Detection in Arlington, Massachusetts. Want to help Arlington County’s trees thrive through dry weather?
Adopt-a-Tree near your home, or where you have access to water, to help keep our trees healthy and strong, and to grow our tree canopy. Become a Volunteer: Join the Remove Invasive Plants (RiP).