Not everyone appreciates trees in the way that we should. For almost 400 million years, trees have taken care of our land, animals and people. They provide shade, shelter and food, and they’re a valuable resource that are often taken...

Summer is on the way and we’ve finally been enjoying warmer weather in Melbourne! This is the season to invest time in your garden and gain momentum for the rest of the year. Achieving a beautiful, fresh landscape doesn’t happen...

Everyone knows the damaging effects that falling branches and trees can have on property and vehicles. Here in Melbourne, we are familiar with what can happen even on a mildy windy day. Walking outside to see a gum tree limb...

As winter wears on, it’s never too early to start thinking about gardening and tree care. Just because your garden is out of sight doesn’t mean it should be out of mind. Without maintenance even during the off-season, the space...

While every garden is different, there are a few universal tree care concepts that apply to nearly every garden or landscape. Before spring rolls around and you start working on the garden, there are some basics to keep in mind....

One of the most important aspects of tree care is pruning. Everyone has seen bonsai and been fascinated by the ridiculously tiny miniatures. Chances are you have seen someone carefully clipping the branches to get the desired size and shape.   Pruning...

At Daryl’s Tree Care and Surgery, one of our areas of expertise is in providing hazardous tree assessments. Our managing director Daryl, recommends regularly conducting inspections of the trees in your garden, as even the healthiest trees can quickly become...

It is well known that trees in urban areas provide a range of benefits to the surrounding suburbs, from filtering the air, reducing rainwater runoff and storing carbon. However, some of the subtle benefits are not as well known. For example, one...

COVID-19 UPDATE

Daryl’s Tree Care

To all our valued clients and the wider community

Amid the COVID-19 health crisis, we are still operating as usual, until advised otherwise by the governing bodies.

We are adhering to strict social distancing and hygiene practises, to help keep our staff and clients safe and healthy.

Clients do not need to be in our presence during quotational visits, or on the day of the tree works.

We are happy for any necessary communication to be done by telephone, if preferred.

We thank you for your understanding and send you all our best wishes.