Shrub & Tree Care

Shrub and Tree Care

GoldenRule’s Shrub and Tree Program provides your trees & shrubs with the needed treatments to grow strong and healthy throughout the year.

Our Shrub and Tree Program proudly uses products that are 100% organic and bio-nutritional products, which assists in strong plants and resistance to diseases and insect damage by building up the microbiological life in and around your landscaping. This in turn helps promote root development and nutrient uptake, creating healthier trees and shrubs and a nutrient rich environment for the plants to grow in.


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  • ✓ Reduced fungi and disease
    ✓ More vibrant colors from plants
    ✓ Healthier plant root systems
    ✓ Reduced insects on property
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  • ✓ Knock on door prior to service
    ✓ Look for disease, and potential damaging insects
    ✓ Perform scheduled treatment
    ✓ Leave small flags indicating where services are performed
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  • January-February: Tree and Shrub Fungicide/Disease Spray Application
    March: Professional Grade Organic Foliar Spray Fertilizing
    April: Slow Release Root Zone Fertilizing
    May: Tree and Shrub Fungicide/Disease Spray Application
    June-July: Professional Grade Organic Spray Fertilizing
    September-October: Slow Release Root Zone Fertilizing

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Top 4 Tree and Shrub Diseases:

Leaf Spot


Leaf spot is a disease cause by bacteria. Leaf Spot is most active under hot, humid conditions. The leaf spots first emerge as water-soaked spots but then turn reddish-brown to black in color that are somewhat circular in shape.

Powdery Mildew

Powdery Mildew

Powdery mildew is a usual disease for ornamental plants caused by fungi. Powdery mildew appears as a dusty white to gray coating over leaf surfaces or other plant parts. This disease seldom causes serious damage but can discolor leaves

Phytophthora Root Rot

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Phytophthora Root Rotis almost always the result of over-watering, root damage or prior drought stress. Phythophthora Root Rot is a very difficult to control fungal disease that affects a wide range of plants. Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Dogwoods, Hemlocks, Japanese Hollys, and Junipers are just a few of the plants affected. This disease is most active in warm soil temperatures with high soil moisture. Plants under stress from drought, defoliation, low soil aeration, and other stress agents are most prone.

Botrytis Blight


Botrytis Blight is a fungal disease and is one of the most common diseases in the PNW. Azaleas, Begonias, Carnations, Chrysanthemum, Petunias and Rhododendrons are common plants to get Botrytis Blight. This disease causes water-soaked tan, brown or gray spots or streaks to appear on the flower petals, leaves, buds and stems. Most common are translucent or grayish spots.

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