Leafminers on boxwoods will sound like snap, crackle, pop – If you are hearing this sound, give us a call as these pests will do some major damage.
Telephone

859-327-7561

Location

P.O. Box 22501
Lexington, KY 40522-2501

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Tree Service and Shrub Care in the Lexington, KY Area

Arborists in our Lexington office are committed to helping local residents and businesses maintain beautiful, healthy trees and shrubs. Our arborists are experts in diagnosing and treating tree and shrub problems specific to the Lexington area. Plus, with access to Bartlett’s global resources and advanced scientific research facility, we can provide customers with benefits that just aren’t available from other Lexington tree services.

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Providing expert tree care services to the greater Lexington, KY area, Bartlett is here to care for your trees.

We are pleased to offer tree services in the following areas:

  • Andover
  • Ashland Park
  • Cadentown
  • Chevy Chase
  • Columbia
  • Crestwood
  • Danville
  • Duncan Park
  • Equestrian Estates
  • Fairway
  • Fayette
  • Firebrook
  • Frankfort
  • Georgetown
  • Gleneagles
  • Hamburg
  • Hamburg Area
  • Hinda Heights
  • Lexington
  • Lexington Oaks
  • Liberty Heights
  • Monticello
  • Mount Vernon
  • Nicholasville
  • Paris
  • Patchen woods
  • Skycrest
  • Todds Station
  • Versailles
  • Woodland

Popular Services Provided by Our Lexington Office

Emergency Tree Service

Emergency Tree Service

Fertilization and Soil Care

Fertilization and Soil Care

Insect and Disease Management

Insect and Disease Management

Pruning

Pruning

Tree Removal

Tree Removal

Lexington, KY Office Staff

Guy A. Fortner

Guy A. Fortner

Local Manager/Arborist Representative
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Jessica Combs

Jessica Combs

Administrative Assistant
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Bronze Birch Borer

Bronze Birch Borer attacks birch trees that are under stress from other factors. Keeping you birch trees healthy and actively managing for borer will greatly lengthen the life of your trees. Call today to schedule an appointment with an Arborist Representative to evaluate the health of your birch and develop a plant health care program.

Euonymus Scale

Euonymus scale is a piercing sucking insect that wreaks havoc on the Euonymus species. Left uncontrolled, this pest can kill sections of Euonymus ground covers and ornamental plantings. Detection and timing are crucial for this pest. Treatments should be applied during the spring months when the insect crawlers are feeding. Act now to protect your Euonymus against this prevalent pest.

Two-Lined Chestnut Borer

Two-lined Chestnut Borer is a secondary pest of oak, beech, hornbeam, and chestnut trees. Stressed trees can attract the borer, which quickly contributes to decline. With this in mind preserving tree health and actively managing the pest can reduce risk of invasion of your trees. Mature trees can decline rapidly once the borers have invaded a stressed tree.

Apple Scab Symptoms

Symptoms: The fungal disease forms pale yellow or olive green spots on the upper surface of leaves. Dark velvety spots may appear on the lower surface. Severely infected leaves become twisted and puckered. Scabby spots are sunken tan and get larger, turn brown and corky. Infected fruit becomes distorted & crack allowing of secondary organisms. Symptoms on fruit are similar to those found on leaves.

Soil Testing and Chlorosis

Chlorosis is a yellowing condition of trees that are iron deficient. Trees in the Midwest that are most susceptible are pin oaks, red maples, and river birch, although it can be seen in red and white oaks and white birch as well. This can be remedied over time through soil amendments and iron supplements, although a soil test prior to diagnosis and treatment is recommended.

Crticial Care for Trees

Now is the most critical time of year to prepare your trees and shrubs for the coming summer. This season brings everything from high temperatures to severe storms. Healthy trees are better able to withstand these extremes so trees should be inspected.

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Do you have fungus growing on your trees?

Fungal growth near the trunk of a tree may indicate the presence of disease or internal decay. If you see any type of growth on your trees, it is important to contact a Certified Arborist to determine the extent of the underlying problem and see if the structural integrity of the tree has been compromised.

Crew Training

The crew in their morning meeting reviewing tree measuring techniques.

Safety Meeting

Our Columbus and Cincinnati teams met up to discuss safety policies and to test out some new equipment with our partner Vermeer Heartland.

Arborist Associations

Bartlett Tree Experts is proud to be a member of so many industry associations. Many of our expert arborists have reached the pinnacle of their profession and have been recognized as such. Bartlett Tree Experts has been inspected and accredited based on adherence to industry standards for quality and safety, maintenance of trained, professional staff, and dedication to ethics and quality in business practices.

View a list of the many arborist associations with which Bartlett is associated.

What Our Customers Are Saying

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Emergency Tree Service

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