A historic tree is defined as being 50 years old, or older. Specifically, a historical tree is one that was alive during historical or significant events in your community. In fact, they'd also be classified as heritage trees, because people in Apex, NC care about them, and to chop them down would lower the morale of community members.
If you have a historical tree on your property in Apex, NC, then you owe it to yourself and to your community to make sure that it's receiving the best care and maintenance possible by a professional who's certified in arbor cultural education, and historical tree care training. After all that the tree (or trees) have survived, you'll want to do your best to make sure that you're able to maintain its legacy for as long as you maintain ownership of your property.
The good news is, I can help you with your care and maintenance needs. I specialize in the care of historical trees. I'm board certified, and I use a collection of the best arbor cultural education strategies and historical tree care training sourced from the U.S., the U.K., and Germany. These are all countries with their share of historical trees that have stood for centuries, and the trees continue to thrive to this day.
What type of care might your historical tree require? I'd say that I'd need to visit your property to inspect things such as the condition of your tree's trunk, its foliage, it's height, width, and the quality of the soil on your property. I'd also diagnose the minerals and the nutrients in the soil.
We need to make sure that your precious historical tree is receiving the right type of nourishment. Speaking of nourishment, we'll need to make sure that the soil is allowing water and air to go where it needs to, in order to properly moisturize the roots. Learn more about Better Tree Care at Better Tree Care also serves Durham NC, Sanford NC, and Cary NC.