Tree planting is an investment that can pay off in many ways. If you are looking to plant hundreds of trees at a new housing project, adding new trees to your home, or tree and shrub fertilization to maximize growth, we can help. Trees are critical to our environment and they give our communities a beautiful and unparalleled look. By planting trees, you could provide your property with the perfect shade needed.
At The Real Tree Masters, we have a team of professional arborists skilled enough to turn every idea into a green reality. We work with our clients to select tree species that can prosper in their unique landscape. We can help both commercial and residential clients with tree planting in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, and all of the GTA. Our work is our passion, and we are happy in providing best-in-class services to all of our clients.
Learn how we can bring out the best in your most stately greenery. There’s more to planting than just digging!
Tree planting services in Toronto come at a cost, which very much depends on your location, the size of your order, species selection, & more. A large part of the cost structure is for the benefit of peace of mind! When you get one or more tree plantings from an arborist, you’re paying for insurance on work and worker safety, expertise, and even post-planting maintenance. For The Real Tree Masters, when you opt for our service, what you’re getting is a free consultation, soil clearance, tree planting, tree inspection, and reporting, as well as a specimen for planting. Please contact us for a quote, and we can provide a figure!
Make sure that the tree is suitable for the planting site and climate. Ensure that roots have enough room to spread out. Remember that they put feelers out for water, so water and wastewater lines nearby are a risk that you’ll need to mitigate. Make sure the base of the tree is also clear of rocks and large stones and that the roots won’t span too close to a nearby tree or even stumps. Stumps don’t necessarily die when they lose the tree above them, so roots can choke the saplings beside them. You should dig to the right depth (depends on species) and plant support stakes around it, so it doesn’t topple over early and start growing on its side. You should finish off by generously watering it.
Improving tree health as they grow requires corrective pruning once every year or two, fertilization, and effective aeration at the base of the tree each season.
Emerald cedar trees are some of the most common trees we plant, and the good news is that planting them for optimal health uses quite conventional techniques. Like most trees, they need to be clear of rocks and neighbouring stumps, be at the right depth, supported by stakes, and watered. That’s the golden ticket to growing emerald cedar.
It depends on so many factors, but a few that stand out are the silver maple or the trembling aspen, which grows fast and tolerates urban life. The white birch grows fast and has beautiful bark.