Taylor Tree Co’s Arbor Wiki is a guide for our online visitors. We list Trees, Shrubs and Plants that grow in our southern coastal area (Bay St. Louis, Waveland, Diamondhead, Kiln, Pass Christian, Long Beach, Gulfport, Biloxi, Orange Grove, Saucier, Gautier etc). Our Arborist is available for design, transplanting and maintaining a beautiful landscape for your property. We provide land clearing, tree pruning, tree removals, brush mowing, fertilization, transplanting, stump removal and so much more to keep your property landscape healthy and beautiful. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a Design and Planning for your property and your favorite trees, shrubs and plants, just give us a call at 452-9988.
No decision affects your garden more than the numbers and types of trees you plant. So save yourself a lot of time, money and trouble by selecting trees that are long-lived, strong-wooded and no pestered by insects and diseases. Lawn trees should cast light, filtered shade and be deep-rooted. Trees that shade decks, patio’s and parking areas should not drop messy fruits and/or nuts. Always consider a tree’s mature size. Here on the Gulf Coast, trees that are considered small can grow up to over 30 feet tall and wide! Medium trees grow 30-60 feet and large trees grow more than 60 feet, but mature sizes vary somewhat across the South. We provide our tree transplanting and continual tree services throughout the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Our clients from Pearlington, Bay St. Louis, Waveland, Diamondhead, Kiln, Pass Christian, Long Beach, Gulfport, Biloxi, Ocean Springs and surrounding areas enjoy having us plant and take care of their trees for over 30 years.
Taylor Tree Co. can certainly care and train your trees to fit your landscape. We have a wide assortment of options of trees that we transplant, maintain and care for. We put together a list of trees that grow great here in the south. Give us a call to schedule an appointment and we will assist you with a wide variety of options that will be perfect for your landscape and life style.
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