- They were great! Very organized and professional compared to some other arborists I've worked with. They did a nice job working on one of our problem trees. Crew seemed to care about our trees. Recommended!
- I hired Out On a Limb to remove a tree that died during the long period of drought in 2018. Because it was located on an Environmentally Critical Area, there were all kinds of special permitting requirements, as well as very specific requirements from King County in removing the tree. Out On a Limb did a great job.
- Kathy and her crew are wonderful. They have taken down a diseased tree in our yard, pruned our trees and diagnosed an issue with another set of trees. I thought a tree needed to come down ,but they told me it did not, that it only needed heavy pruning and extra mulching. I really appreciated that type of trustworthy service. They know their stuff and are reasonably priced. They love trees so they want to do everything they can to save them if possible!
- These guys were amazing! We had a couple of high risk trees next to our house that needed to be removed. The team was not only fast, but efficient. Our whole neighborhood came out to watch these guys work because they were so good at what they do.
- We recently used Northwest Tree Surgeons (based on recommendations on this site!) to remove a very tall and long laurel hedge and some old, sizeable shrubs. They did a great job. Fast, fairly priced, and definitely experienced. I wouldn't recommend them for smaller jobs as I think their minimums are too high, if you've got a lot of work like we did, it was cost effective. Would highly recommend!
Does anyone know if Honeycrisp and Fuji apple trees will pollenate each other?
4 months ago
That’s great. Honey bees and bumbles typically won’t pollinate trees. Mason and American bees will. Masons are usually spring bees. So most are already moving back into hibernation. Remember to give them both a water and mud source.
They do pollinate each other. Some growers recommending planting a Crab Apple tree in between apple trees as bees love them and it helps pollination all around. Here's a cool link that you can check for all sorts of information on fruit trees orangepippintrees.com/polli...
Thank you @susanstocker!!! That's a super helpful resource.