Our goal at E-Greenleaf is to inspect and protect the trees or shrubs in your yard. Curb appeal is not just the building, but the yard itself and nothing beats a well maintained yard. To get your yard to the image that you want it to be, it takes tedious work and a lot of patience–something that we thrive in. There are two types of tree and shrub care: general care, and sick care. Our highly effective 4-step program includes fertilization and preventative treatments against insect infestations and diseases. 

E-Greenleaf Knows Trees & Shrubs

E-Greenleaf has 23 years of experience in custom treatment plants for all trees and shrubs as well as diagnosis of sick trees or shrubs and treating them with professional recommended horticultural practices. 

Tree and Shrub Disease Preventative Treatments

Protect your trees and shrubs from insects and diseases with E-Greenleaf preventative treatments. Prevention is the key to protecting the plants in your yard. Insects eat leaves and can wreak havoc throughout your yard, causing major damage. E-Greenleaf tree and shrub fertilization program ensures the plants in your yard are getting the correct amount of fertilizer, and nutrients in the fertilizer throughout the year, resulting in reducing the risk of disease.

Effective Outdoor Pest Control

Four Season Tree and Shrub Program

Here at E-Greenleaf, we understand that each yard is different. That is why we have programs in place to care for your trees & shrubs during each season. We focus more on customizable treatments that are able to meet the needs of each individual yard. Customizable treatment plans are available for trees, shrubs, and flower beds that suffer from nutritional deficiencies, disease, or pest/insect infestations. The general E-Greenleaf tree and shrub care program consists of 4 seasonal applications: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. 

Tree and Shrub Treatment Schedule

  1. Winter: Custom granular and foliar fertilization, deep root injection, and insect control

  2. Spring: Custom granular and foliar fertilization, and insect control

  3. Summer: Custom granular and foliar fertilization, and insect control

  4. Fall: Custom granular and foliar fertilization, deep root injection, and insect control

Overseeding lawns is necessary to help fill in the bare spots of your yard so that your luscious lawn is luscious everywhere.

Oklahoma Native Trees

Knowing which trees grow best in the Oklahoma climate is just one step in creating a beautiful yard. When thinking about what trees to plant in your yard, first you have to think about what the end goal is; are you planting trees to provide shade, to add color to your yard, do you want a tree that produces fruit, or all of the above? Second, you need to take into account the space you are working with. Are power lines going to be in the way? Will the tree get enough sun? What is the soil composition (clay, sandy, soggy, well drained, etc.)? Our tree experts will be able to properly assess your yard and recommend the best type of trees to plant in your yard, that will accomplish your goals.

River Birch

River Birch is a deciduous tree native to Oklahoma, known for its distinctive peeling bark and graceful form. It is susceptible to several diseases including Birch Leaf Miner, which causes damage to the leaves by tunneling. Birch Anthracnose, a fungal disease that leads to leaf spotting and defoliation, and Birch Dieback, characterized by the progressive dieback of branches are also other common diseases.

Blue Atlas Cedar

Blue Atlas Cedar is an evergreen conifer prized for its striking blue foliage and pyramidal shape. It is vulnerable to Cedar Rust, a fungal disease causing orange or rust-colored spots on foliage, Cedar Blight, which leads to dieback of branches and needles, and Cedar Needle Blight, resulting in browning and shedding of needles.

Golden Deodar Cedar

Golden Deodar Cedar is another evergreen conifer with golden foliage, adding color and elegance to landscapes. Similar to Blue Atlas Cedar, it is susceptible to Cedar Rust, Cedar Blight, and Cedar Needle Blight.

Wildfire Black Gum

Wildfire Blackgum is a deciduous tree prized for its fiery red fall foliage. It is prone to Leaf Spot, which causes dark spots on leaves, Powdery Mildew, resulting in a powdery white coating on foliage, and Anthracnose, leading to leaf blighting and dieback.

Prairie Fire Crabapple

Prairie Fire Crabapple is an ornamental flowering tree known for its vibrant pink blossoms in spring. It is susceptible to Apple Scab, a fungal disease causing lesions on leaves and fruit, Cedar Apple Rust, which produces rust-colored spots on foliage, and Fire Blight, characterized by blackened and wilted branches.

Bald Cypress

Bald Cypress is a deciduous conifer commonly found in wetland areas. It is vulnerable to Bald Cypress Leaf Blight, which causes browning and defoliation of needles, and Phytophthora Root Rot, a soil-borne disease leading to root decay and decline.

Lacebark Elm

Lacebark Elm is a shade tree prized for its exfoliating bark and resistance to Dutch Elm Disease. However, it can still be affected by Elm Leaf Beetle, which has skeletonized leaves, and Elm Bark Beetle, a vector for Dutch Elm Disease.

Desert Willow

Desert Willow is a drought-tolerant tree with showy pink or lavender flowers. It is susceptible to Willow Scab, causing lesions on leaves and twigs, and Cotton Root Rot, a soil-borne disease leading to root decay.

Amur Maple

Amur Maple is a small ornamental tree prized for its brilliant fall color. It is vulnerable to Anthracnose, causing leaf spotting and defoliation, and Powdery Mildew, resulting in a powdery white coating on leaves.

Autumn Maple Blaze

Autumn Blaze Maple is a hybrid maple known for its rapid growth and intense fall color. It is susceptible to Verticillium Wilt, Tar Spot, and Anthracnose, which can cause leaf discoloration and defoliation.

Caddo Maple

Caddo Maple is a small ornamental maple prized for its fall color and adaptability. It is susceptible to Anthracnose and Tar Spot, which affect the foliage and overall health of the tree.

October Glory Maple

Caddo Maple is a small ornamental maple prized for its fall color and adaptability. It is susceptible to Anthracnose and Tar Spot, which affect the foliage and overall health of the tree.

Shantung Maple

Shantung Maple is a small deciduous tree known for its tolerance to urban conditions. It is prone to Anthracnose and Tar Spot, which affect the aesthetics and health of the tree.

Shumard Oak

Shumard Oak is a large shade tree valued for its fast growth and wildlife habitat. It is susceptible to Oak Wilt, Anthracnose, and Powdery Mildew, which can affect its overall vigor and longevity.

Bosnian Pine

Bosnian Pine is a coniferous tree known for its pyramidal form and dense foliage. It is vulnerable to Pine Wilt, Diplodia Tip Blight, and Dothistroma Needle Blight, which can cause decline and death of the tree.

Chinese Pistache

Chinese Pistache is a drought-tolerant tree valued for its vibrant fall foliage. It is susceptible to Verticillium Wilt and Anthracnose, which can impact its overall health and appearance.

Rockford Road

Rockford Road is a shade tree prized for its tolerance to urban conditions. It is prone to Anthracnose and Powdery Mildew, which can affect its aesthetic appeal and vigor.

Oklahoma Redbud

Oklahoma Redbud is an ornamental tree known for its early spring blooms. It is susceptible to Verticillium Wilt and Botryosphaeria Canker, which can affect its overall health and longevity.

Rising Sun Redbud

Rising Sun Redbud is a cultivar prized for its vibrant orange and gold foliage. It is vulnerable to Verticillium Wilt and Botryosphaeria Canker, which can impact its visual appeal and vigor.

Yard Pesticide Spraying

Not Sure Where to Start?

  1. Contact us
    • Give us a call or send us a message online to schedule a free estimate and evaluation of your yard.
  2. Get your yard assessed
    • Once you’ve scheduled an appointment, we will come assess your yard’s current condition as well as discuss desired outcomes.
  3. Treatment plan
    • Once we have established what you’re wanting for your yard and what needs to be done to get it in tip top shape, we will go over treatments plans and implementation.
  4. Future prevention
    • Sit back, relax, and watch the professionals turn your yard into the talk of the neighborhood.

Are you ready to take control of your yard? We are ready to help you with tree and shrub care! We are best known for delivering impeccable lawn services. After we’re through with your yard,  your neighbors won’t be able to stop talking about how great it looks. Contact us today to schedule a tree & shrub assessment for your property.

Phone: 405.305.5629

Contact Us