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Pine Tree Care

Pines are an iconic part of the Arizona landscape. Even though we are in a desert there are several species of drought resisant pines that do well here. Allepo, Elderica, Canary Island and Roxburgi pines are just a few of the species you will encounter in the Phoenix area.  Any discussion about pine tree health is really a discussion about alleppo pine blight and watering techniques, which includes a discussion of root growth characteristics.Pine Tree Fallen in Storm

Pine Tree Health Care - If the needles on your pine are browning or falling off, it may need nutrients via a fertilization. If the tree limbs turn brown, it might have been hit by  pine blight. Pine striped scale can also strike  and leave little white dots on the needles.

Pine Tree Pruning  - Pines can be shaped, thinned and elevated giving the tree a stronger ability to thrive and use nutrients more efficiently.  It will also look better and help prevent damage that occurs with monsoon high winds. Limbs trimmed from a pine tree will NOT sprout new growth from the cut. Let us show you how to do it right.
Aleppo Pines



Big Dead Pine Tree
Do not let your tree get this far. It is VERY expensive to remove a dead tree.
Dead Pine Tree


Here are several photo's showing the felling of a large pine tree
Falling Pine Tree
Felled Pine

Falling Pine Tree

Falling Pine Tree

Falling Pine Tree

Falling Pine Tree

Falling Pine Tree
Falling Pine Tree
Falling Pine Tree

Contact us through our website or call 602-285-0285 if you have any questions.

Jomar Tree Service • P.O. Box 4803 • Cave Creek, AZ • 85327 – serving the Phoenix metro area – 602-285-0285