King Garden Designs, Inc. | 914-907-0246
King Garden Designs, Inc. is a boutique landscape design practice located in New York. Charles King Sadler, King Garden Designs founder, enjoys creating and enhancing the beauty and vitality of landscapes through thoughtful design, professional implementation and ongoing care.
Member American Society of Landscape Architects, Member American Boxwood Society, Member European Boxwood and Topiary Society and ISA Certified Arborist TRAQ
Charles King Sadler/King Garden Designs offers Tree Risk Assessment Services and Consulting Arborist Services.
How To Select An Arborist:
A qualified professional will perform tree work properly and safely, but an unqualified person may further damage the tree, and more importantly may not be insured, leaving the liability burden to the client.
Hiring a professional deserves careful consideration. Remember the following points when hiring or contracting with an arborist or tree care service:
Street Tree Assessments, Design, Planning and Care. Construction Tree Protection Plan and Supervision. Garden Care, Expert Pruning, ISA Certified Arborist Assessment, ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification
Full Landscape Design and Installation Services
ISA Certified Arborist Tree Work, Pruning, Hedge Trimming and Consultations
Landscape and Garden Design for Westchester County, NY; Putnam County, NY, Dutchess County, NY; Fairfield County, CT; Bergen County, NJ,
Best Landscaping Based In Westchester county, Bergen county, NJ; Fairfield county, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Dutchess county, Putnam county, Litchfield county, New Haven county, Berkshire county, Hampden county, Hampshire county, Franklin county and beyond including:
King Garden Designs, Inc. can be reached at 914-907-0246 and Connect@KingGardenDesigns.com
King Garden Designs are experts at successfully designing and selecting street trees that thrive; beautifying your community, campus, corporate headquarters or institution. We utilize Native plantings and drought tolerant plantings.
We meet to discuss your goals, timing and budget during your street tree consultation.
Master Plan, Street Trees, Garden Design, Garden Care, Expert Pruning, Landscaping Services, ISA Certified Arborist Assessment, ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification, Expert Pruning, Cloud Pruning, Landscaping Consultations, Landscaping Property Over Site, Landscape Design, Property Care, Landscape Maintenance.
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Who is Responsible When A Tree Falls?
Extreme weather seems to be more routine these days. Quite often we hear of tornados, hurricanes, floods, blizzards and thunder storms disturbing our local areas. High winds, saturated soil and sometimes lightning can be a devastating mix for mature trees and landscaping in your area. So, what happens when a tree falls during a storm. First, if it falls on your property you are required to deal with it, even if the tree had roots elsewhere. If it hits your property and comes from your neighbor’s yard, it is your insurance company that will handle the claim. However, some insurance companies may work with your neighbor’s insurance to find additional coverage. Your insurance may also cover downed tree removal in your yard even if there is no property damage. If a tree hits power lines during a storm, make sure to call your electric company as this can be dangerous and they are best equipped to handle it. Perhaps expecting, planning for and knowing our responsibilities during extreme weather events is more important today.
Securing the Landscape for Extreme Weather
At King Garden Designs we have landscaping tips and tricks to help secure your garden or estate before extreme weather hits. First, we advise planting native plants. They are the best choice because of their adaption to the area you live in. Next, we can aid in choosing the correct plants, shrubs, and vines for the growing zone you live in. This will protect your plants from cold temperatures and drought. Also, planting hardier and mature plants helps because they have larger roots that will anchor them to the soil. Your soil should be able to drain well too so plants don't topple as easily, and we can offer watering techniques and solutions for your garden. Mulch and ground cover plants can aid in preventing soil saturation. Finally, our experts understand how to provide a windbreak solution in your landscape.
Identifying Trees at Risk
At King Garden Designs we have trained ISA certified arborists. Our experts can advise when a tree may be at risk of falling. Some trees have pests that cause rot from the inside and weaken their structure. Others may have been compromised by poor trimming or improper spacing when planted. We can check for proximity to electric lines, buildings and work to prevent fire hazards. We can identify diseases, rotted limbs and help ensure the health of your trees and evaluate whether nearby trees are posing any risk to
Proper Preventive Pruning:
When preparing for extreme weather it is important to get a proper tree risk assessment conducted which ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification offers. Once that assessment is made, an arborist can consider what to do next. Generally, proper pruning is a safe and effective way to prepare for storms and high winds.
Dr. Ed Gilman, Professor of Urban Trees & Landscape Plants for the University of Florida Environmental Horticulture Department says, “We think the arborist should prune the large aspect ratio branches—those that are big compared to the main trunk(s)—to get huge benefits in how trees function in storms.”
Pruning the large aspect ratio branches is the foundation of sound structural pruning; it suppresses the growth of and mechanical stress on big branches. This should begin in the nursery to craft strong branch architecture without creating big wounds—but in reality, the municipal arborist often faces the need to do the structural pruning on trees in the landscape of various sizes. The sooner the informed arborist gets to the tree, the better.
ISA Certified Arborist
King Garden Designs are expert Tree Consultants in promoting Tree Health, Tree Preservation and Tree Safety. We have specialized training, education and expertise through our ISA Arborist Certification and TRAQ (ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualification).
We are pleased to provide our clients a full range of Consulting Services: Tree Preservation Plans, Tree Inventories, Tree Appraisals, Tree Valuation (For Insurance or Litigation purposes), plus Pruning, Maintenance, Disease and Pest Identification and Hazardous Tree Identification.
As Consulting Arborists we are the authoritative experts on trees, and whose objective, comprehensive viewpoint ensures the safety, health, and preservation of trees. We have an extensive level of knowledge and experience making our Consulting Arborist services valuable to Municipal, Commercial and Residential clients, plus to other professionals, and other arborists.